• Unilever partners with Wal-Mart on the Suave Turn Off the Tap initiative to impact the consumer-use piece of the brand’s carbon footprint. • The objective of the program is to motivate shower behavior change among consumers to save water and reduce carbon emissions. • Unilever will execute digital activations to the program in partnership with Wal-Mart. Unilever and Wal-Mart have more than their trading partnership in common; in an effort to reduce their ...

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