Tesco launches 'climate manifesto' promising sweeping action to accelerate net zero transition

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Priorities include cutting energy emissions and supporting the transition to electric transport, as Tesco aims for net zero emissions by 2035

Supermarket giant Tesco yesterday set out a new climate change "manifesto" outlining five key areas of action where it calculates it can make the biggest contribution to tackling the world's multiple environmental...

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