Plan A: M&S targets net zero supply chain and products by 2040 in revamped strategy

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M&S first launched its Plan A strategy in 2007
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M&S first launched its Plan A strategy in 2007

The retailer has updated its sustainability strategy with a focus on working with suppliers and customers to drive down climate impact

Marks and Spencer (M&S) has set its sights on achieving net zero emissions across its entire supply chain and products by 2040, as the retailer today announced an overhaul of its renowned Plan A sustainability...

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