'A positive and disruptive force': WWF Scotland exec Sam Gardner joins ScottishPower

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Gardner is ScottishPower's new head of climate change and sustainability
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Gardner is ScottishPower's new head of climate change and sustainability

Gardner is named as ScottishPower's first ever head of climate change and sustainability

ScottishPower has hired ex-WWF Scotland deputy director Sam Gardner as the energy firm's first head of climate change and sustainability, and tasked him with accelerating climate action across the utility....

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