John Lewis doubles down on rental and resale as it unveils new sustainability commitments

John Lewis

John Lewis has made new pledges for a more sustainable future including rental, resale and a biodiversity programme.

The department store retailer, which also owns supermarket chain Waitrose, has launched a number of initiatives in a bid to “significantly reduce the impact of Waitrose and John Lewis’ commercial activity on the natural world”.

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