Kingfisher and Burberry unveil ‘ambitious’ new sustainability targets

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Kingfisher and Burberry have lifted the lid on ambitious new carbon reduction targets in a bid to beef up their sustainability credentials.

DIY giant Kingfisher wants to slash greenhouse gas emissions by 2025, while Burberry has set out bold plans to become “climate positive” by 2040. It is the first luxury brand to make such a pledge.

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