Tesco, CVS Health and Target join green supply chain scheme

Madeleine Cuff
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Retailers sign up to CDP programme, promising to work with their suppliers to cut carbon emissions

Three retail giants - Tesco, Target and CVS Health - have joined a programme to cut carbon emissions, reduce deforestation, and boost water security across their supply chains. The firms revealed today...

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