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LONDON – British retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) says it has reset its Plan A sustainability programme, with a “singular focus on becoming a net zero Scope 3 business across its entire supply chain and products by 2040”. 

To keep the strategy on track, the company has set itself the closer deadline of cutting emissions by a third by 2025, and will engage customers, colleagues, and suppliers to ensure action is taken throughout the firm’s remit.  

Steve Rowe, the retailer’s CEO, has written to its global supplier base and hosted a business-wide event to rally its 70,000 colleagues, saying: “We launched Plan A 14 years ago, because we knew then there was no Plan B for our planet. We now face a climate emergency, and in resetting Plan A with a singular focus we can drive the delivery of net zero across our entire end-to-end supply chain.” 

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