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Published on Monday, 02 December 2013

Marks and Spencer new carbon offset project

Written by Stacey Dove

Marks and Spencer Plan ABANGLADESH - Marks & Spencer has become the first major brand to sign up to UNICEF’s new carbon offset project which aims to improve the lives of 40,000 Bangladeshi families, whilst cutting carbon emissions, by providing funds for  fuel efficient, low pollution cook stoves to be manufactured, sold and maintained by local entrepreneurs in Bangladesh.


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