Will green changes to consumer purchasing behaviour during Covid-19 stick?

Cecilia Keating
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Cycling has seen a huge uptick this year

Fresh research highlights growing appetite among consumers for sustainable spending, but warns that air travel and fuel use ramped up dramatically after the first lockdown

Changes in the way people shop, commute, and travel during the pandemic may have caused carbon emissions to plummet, but a sharp uptick in air travel and fuel use after the Spring lockdown lifted raises...

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