Tesco plastic waste Dave Lewis

Tesco to scrap 1bn pieces of plastic by end of 2020

Tesco has revealed plans to remove one billion pieces of plastic from products in its UK stores by the end of 2020.
Top 5 news stories today - Sports Direct’s Mike Ashley disagrees with the CMA’s estimates over JD Footasylum, Next posts a decline in sales, 111,000 taken from customers in Currys PC World Ebay hack, Harrods to open standalone beauty store at intu Lakeside and Zalando commits to carbon neutrality in new campaign.

Top 5 stories to read from today

Top 5 news stories today - from Sports Direct and JD Footasylum, Next, Currys PC World, Harrods beauty store and Zalando.
Following the release of Monsoon's sustainability report, the fashion retailer has announced that over half of its Spring Summer 2020 collection will be sustainable. Meanwhile Monsoon has made a long term pledge that will see all of their clothing ranges become over 90 per cent sustainable by 2023.

Monsoon pledge to become 90% sustainable by 2023

Monsoon has made a long term pledge that will see all of their clothing ranges become over 90 per cent sustainable by 2023.
Timberland pledges to plant 26,000 trees in Ghana

Timberland to build leather supply chain from regenerative ranches

Timberland has partnered with Other Half Processing to build a responsible leather supply chain.
Asda plastic recycling Roger Burnley

Asda pushes forward plastic reduction commitment

Asda has stepped up its commitment to plastic reduction by bringing forward its target to reach 30 per cent recycled content
H&M has announced plans to expand its online operations to nine new European markets this month “as part of our ongoing digitalisation”.

H&M to launch rental service

H&M is launching a clothing rental service enabling shoppers to hire selected party dresses and skirts from its sustainable range
YouGov has named John Lewis, Polo Ralph Lauren and HomeSense the brands most recommended by their consumers across the high street retail, fashion and general retail sectors.

John Lewis launches plastic bag-free trial at Oxford store

John Lewis has become the first department store to remove plastic bags after it launched a new sustainability scheme.
Rebag has launched the world’s first AI-powered instant appraisal app allowing users to pinpoint the resale value of their goods immediately.

Rebag launches worlds first instant appraisal app for luxury handbags

Rebag has launched the world’s first AI-powered instant appraisal app allowing users to pinpoint the resale value of their goods
The Body Shop appoints sustainability expert Roberta Roesler as global director of research & development

The Body Shop appoints new research & development director

// The Body Shop appoints sustainability expert Roberta Roesler as global director of research & development // She will join in November from Natura, The...
Top 5 news stories today - Marks & Spencer, 500,000 UK retail jobs to be replaced by robots by 2024, £30m stock clearance sale at 3 Forever 21 stores in the UK, Adidas launches “most digital store ever” on Oxford Street, Bonmarché: What went wrong?

Top 5 news stories to read today

Top 5 news stories today - from Marks & Spencer, Forever 21, £30 million sale, Adidas, Bonmarche and job automation via robots.

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