ASOS trims carbon emissions per order by a fifth

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Online retail giant publishes annual sustainability report, revealing a 45 per cent reduction in emissions per order since 2015

Fashion e-commerce giant ASOS has today announced that it delivered a 21 per cent cut in carbon emissions per order over the 2020 financial year, following the succesful completion of its Carbon 2020 strategy...

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