By Hugh Radojev2019-09-20T16:08:00
As millions globally protest about the accelerating climate crisis, we look at how retailers are playing their part in addressing one of the most pressing problems facing humanity.
On a day when millions of people worldwide walked out of schools, universities, homes and businesses to demand urgent action on the climate crisis, the world’s biggest retailer has issued a clarion call for the business community.
Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos’ pledge to make his etail empire carbon neutral by 2040 – a decade ahead of the goals agreed in the 2016 Paris climate accord – is a big statement of intent.
As some governments vacillate or even roll back regulations on climate protection, businesses internationally are increasingly taking the lead.
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