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Burberry to Be ‘Climate Positive’ by 2040: What That Means

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Burberry has a lofty new sustainability goal in sight: to become “climate positive” across its entire operation by 2040, a move it says goes beyond its current net-zero ambition. The British luxury house has committed to reducing supply-chain emissions by 2030, an improvement from its previous target of 30 percent. It will become net-zero by…

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