Sainsbury's to invest £1 billion in sustainability
UK supermarket Sainsbury's has pledged to spend £1 billion over the coming decade to cut carbon emissions, improve waste management and encourage sustainable resource use across its supply chain.In plans published this week, the firm outlines 20 goals it aims to achieve by 2020. These include cutting greenhouse-gas emissions across its operations by 30% in comparison to 2005 levels, halving t
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