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Unilever Is Most Sustainability-Friendly Company, Survey Of Experts Shows

November 12, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever is the world’s leading company in terms of promoting and achieving sustainability, according to 20 percent of sustainability experts surveyed by GlobeScan and SustainAbility. Citing its commitment to achieving zero net deforestation by 2020, a part of Unilever’s Sustainable Living campaign, the respondents said the company has “achieved the most real, substantial advances.” Electric car maker Tesla came in second, followed by furniture company Ikea, technology company Google, and consumer appliances manufacturer General Electric tied for third place. Results of the survey revealed 90 percent of respondents said they expected the UN’s Climate Change Conference to result in a global agreement; however, only a third believed the deal would have “binding power” to bring about real changes.
"Unilever and Tesla top list of companies leading the fight on climate change – survey", Guardian, November 12, 2015, © Guardian News and Media Limited
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