Unilever’s Sustainable Living Plan, launched in November 2010, has achieved some early wins, but the real story lies in the long-term strategy. Only by working with others does it stand any chance of success

Seven pillars. Fifty core commitments. Horizons of two to 10 years. Unilever’s Sustainable Living Plan all made for impressive reading, rather like an election manifesto.

Politicians usually get a 100-day grace period before the critics plunge in. Anglo-Dutch consumer goods giant Unilever has had six months, which is generous by...

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