Signed, sealed, delivered: ASOS slashes CO2 by almost a third per order

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ASOS claims to have cut its emissions intensity while growing its business
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ASOS claims to have cut its emissions intensity while growing its business

Online retailer claims focus on energy efficiency, low carbon delivery modes, renewables and packaging has helped cut its climate impact

Online fashion giant ASOS claims to have slashed carbon emissions per customer delivery by almost a third worldwide in just three years, thanks to investments in energy efficiency, lighter packaging, and...

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