Marks and Spencer have announced plans to spend £200 million over the next five years to become carbon neutral. The company's eco initiative is set...

Marks and Spencer have announced plans to spend £200 million over the next five years to become carbon neutral. The company's eco initiative is set out in a 100-point plan of changes including more sustainable sourcing, no waste being sent to landfill, and a commitment to become carbon neutral by 2012 by becoming 25 per cent more energy efficient and powering stores with energy from renewable sources.

According to M&S chief exec Stuart Rose "We are calling this Plan A because there is no Plan B. We believe a responsible business can be a profitable business."

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