In order to make real progress in addressing climate change and sustainability, Unilever recognizes that we must attack it on all fronts, including climate justice and climate racism stemming from social inequity.

May 27, 2021

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Addressing climate change cannot happen without tackling climate justice and social inequity – eGuide

The climate crisis our planet is facing is at the forefront of most people's minds. Transitioning to a net-zero carbon economy is no longer a choice. If you want to survive as a business, a viable strategy to become a truly sustainable company is critical.

But too often companies overlook one of the essential pillars of climate change: climate and social justice. With a disproportionate amount of pollution and waste generation taking place in minority, low income communities, true climate justice is needed to support the overall mission; passing off the problem to these marginalized communities is not acceptable.

Download this eGuide from Unilever to learn about how climate justice and social inequality negatively affect the planet and businesses, and get real, actionable advice on how to incorporate climate justice strategies into your business plans; from staff training and innovative recycling tips to mental health initiatives, purpose-led partnerships, and much more.

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