It pays to be green

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Dr Kirsten Cowan of the University of Edinburgh Business School argues the evidence consumers will pay for green credentials is more compelling than ever

Recent surveys reveal a bright story for brands investing in sustainable practice- as of 2017, 70 per cent of consumers are willing to pay more for brands that report greening practices. Similarly, our...

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