Retail Horizon 2024: How can retailers accelerate efforts to tackle climate change?

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As retailers grapple with meeting long-term environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) targets, while at the same time balancing costs and profitability for shareholders, consumer behaviour has shifted during the cost-of-living crisis. 

This dichotomy continues to test organisations’ strength and differentiates those retailers with a true commitment to the cause. 

With 2024 anticipated to bring a welcome easing of cost-of-living pressures, retailers and consumers must refocus their efforts to drive lasting change. 

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