Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the green room with Unilever's Tony Dunnage

Welcome back to the green room - edie's exclusive interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide the insights of leading sustainable business: Unilever's group director of manufacturing sustainability Tony Dunnage.

Unilever's group director of manufacturing sustainability Tony Dunnage met edie's senior reporter Matt Mace at the company's London offices

Unilever's group director of manufacturing sustainability Tony Dunnage met edie's senior reporter Matt Mace at the company's London offices

The green room is the only place where you can hear full, uninterrupted interviews with some of the world's most renowned sustainability professionals and experts, and find out exactly what makes a modern-day green business leader.

From their views on Paris Agreement to what gets them out of bed in the morning, the interviewees that enter the green room will provide you with the insight and inspiration you need to keep doing business better.

Following the first four 'in the green room' episodes featuring BT’s Gabrielle GinérCarillion's David PictonLandSec’s Sarah Beattie and InterContinental Hotels’ (IHGs) Kate Gibson, edie embraces leadership for a chat with Unilever’s group director of manufacturing sustainability Tony Dunnage.

During the conversation, Dunnage discusses the inner workings at Unilever, considered one of the sustainability champions of the private sector. The conversion focuses on the company’s work towards carbon positive facilities and how lofty sustainability actions were motivating the workforce.

The chat concludes with Dunnage discussing the next wave of sustainability professionals, what skills they’ll need, and how they should embrace technology. Of course, Dunnage also offers an insight of what it is like to work with his chief executive Paul Polman.

The green room is brought to you as part of edie's Sustainable Business Covered podcast. You can listen to the edie podcast for free, with no fees or registration required. The podcast is ideal relevant for sustainability professionals, energy managers, resource efficiency experts and anyone who has an interest in sustainable business and climate change.

Join the conversation subscribe to this podcast on iTunes here and bookmark this page, where a new episode should appear every Friday. Have a question about this podcast or a suggestion for future episodes? Email us at podcast@fav-house.com.

Sustainable Business Covered: Full list of episodes

(Episode 33 – Ikea house parties and SDG gamification)

(Episode 32 – What makes a responsible retailer?)

(Episode 31 - Meeting the drivers of the circular economy)

(Episode 30 - In the green room with IHG's Kate Gibson)

(Episode 29 - In the green room with Landsec's Sarah Beattie)

(Episode 28 - Designing for the future and adapting to global megatrends

(Episode 27 - In the green room with Carillion's David Picton)

(Episode 26 - Rolling out the green carpet for Project Drawdown)

(Episode 25 - Under the canopy and what's all the hubbub?)

(Episode 24 - In the green room with BT's Gabrielle Ginér)

(Episode 23 (Part 2) - We're back! And we're LIVE from edie Live)

(Episode 23 (Part 1) - We're back! And we're LIVE from edie Live)

(Episode 22 - 'Be bold for change' on International Women's Day)

(Episode 21 - Getting engaged with sustainability)

(Episode 20 - A day in the life of sustainability leaders)

(Episode 19 - Inside The Body Shop's innovation lab)

(Episode 18 - Raising a glass to our sustainability leaders)

(Episode 17 - A New Year's Revolution for the green economy)

(Episode 16 - Sharing cars and driving green innovation)

(Episode 15 - Fresh from Marrakesh)

(Episode 14 - The past, present and future of green buildings)

(Episode 13 - Britain's great green policy progressives)

(Episode 12 - From green apprentice to sustainability leader)

(Episode 11 - (Parts 1&2) - Circular economy dreams and responsible retail)

(Episode 10 - Back to CSR school)

(Episode 09 - Doddle deliveries and zero-waste restaurants)

(Epidode 08 - Sustainability without the fluff)

(Episode 07 - How to win the war on waste coffee cups)

(Episode 06 - Supply chain challenges and Shell's Eco-marathon)

(Episode 05 - IN or OUT of the European Union?)

(Episode 04 - Plan A progress and carbon-neutral beer)

(Episode 03 - Sustainability skills special)

(Episode 02 - Monkey dating and the 'S' word)

(Episode 01 - Live from edie Live)

Matt Mace


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