Ken Murphy: ‘What Tesco is doing to tackle climate change now’

Ken Murphy Tesco

The food we eat – how it is produced, processed and transported, how much we eat or waste – has a significant impact on the environment. Food is responsible for nearly a third of global greenhouse gas emissions and almost 70% of global biodiversity loss on land.

As food retailers, we occupy a critical position in the food value chain. We understand what is required to build a resilient food system. We can work with our suppliers to make transformative change while engaging our customers on the journey.

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