On tipping points and culture wars

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On tipping points and culture wars

Has a tipping point been reached in public awareness on climate change and sustainability, and is will it be enough to change business practices?

"I've failed," says Mike Barry, architect of M&S' sustainability strategy Plan A. "I've spent 20 years trying to make existing businesses less bad, but all we've managed to do is make existing business...

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