Ensuring consumers can shop sustainably

Ensuring consumers can shop sustainably

Changing consumer habits are going to drive business change within the retail sector. With consumers more aware of how their shopping habits contribute to their carbon footprint, they are demanding change. This demand is challenging businesses to adapt.

  • 2/3 of consumers have reduced their usage of single use plastics.
  • 43% of consumers are already actively choosing brands due to their environmental values.
  • 34% of consumers are choosing brands based on their ethical credentials.

In this BITC webinar you’ll learn how consumer attitudes are changing and find out what action Lidl is taking to tackle the issue of sustainability in retail.

The webinar was hosted by Géraldine Noé, Head of Environment at Business in the Community NI. This webinar series aims to challenge and support businesses to address the climate emergency.

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