Co-op delays carbon neutrality goal
Retailing and finance group The Co-operative has published tougher emissions and water use targets, but pushed back plans to become carbon neutral in its second ethical operations planA year after pledging to use carbon offsets to neutralise emissions from all of its operations by 2012, The Co-operative has published new plans stating it now does not aim to become carbon neutral un
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