Unilever will invest 1 billion euros in a fund to invest in climate change projects and reduce to net zero greenhouse gas emissions from all its products by 2039, 11 years ahead of the Paris Agreement deadline, the company announced. The company's total GHG emissions was 60 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent last year. The fund will invest in projects to including reforestation, water preservation and carbon sequestration during the next 10 years
said it will prioritize partnerships with suppliers that have set emission reduction targets and has set up a system where suppliers must declare the carbon footprint of goods and services provided. All Unilever packaging from 2039 will show the carbon footprint of the product, the company said.