Survey: More than half of consumers do not trust corporate green claims

Cecilia Keating
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SEC Newgate poll warns of 'deficit of trust' between consumers and corporates in the UK, as public concern over climate change hits record levels

Brits are highly motivated to shop sustainability, but a large proportion of consumers do not trust companies' environmental claims, a study published this morning has revealed. The research from communications...

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