Forest positive: Kingfisher pledges to plant more trees than it consumes

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Kingfisher is working to cut back its impact on the world's forests
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Kingfisher is working to cut back its impact on the world's forests

The new target builds on commitments laid out in the firm's 2018 Sustainable Growth Plan

Home improvement giant Kingfisher yesterday pledged to create more forest that it consumes by 2025, as part of a beefed up sustainability strategy designed to reduce the environmental impact of its supply...

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