Several retailers are adapting their Black Friday messaging this year, and are instead adopting a more eco-conscious Green Friday mantra.
A reduction in carbon emissions from dairy is the target of a new partnership between coffee chain Starbucks and Arla in the UK.
The John Lewis Partnership launches The Circular Future Fund, which promises to award innovative green-thinking projects.
This is a message from Eddie Capel, CEO of Manhattan Associates, which is a Green Retail World partner. Over the last two centuries, the worldwide
The British Retail Consortium and the Australian Retailers Association have joined the Race to Zero Accelerator Pledge at COP26.
Green Retail World names global supply chain experts Manhattan Associates as a launch partner.
The fashion sector raises eco ambitions with updated carbon emission reduction targets under its Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action.
Nectar is developing a green loyalty element to its offering by allowing members to direct their points towards Woodland Trust projects.
Pentland Brands launches ‘100-1-0’ people and planet strategy, setting out three major ambitions to reach by its 2032 centenary.