Musgrave puts climate action ‘front and centre’ with new sustainability strategy

December 12, 2019 FR EcoVadis FR


Pursuing climate actions and embracing sustainability are no longer a “nice to have” feel-good blanket as a company’s seeks to market itself to the world; they have to become core to operations. That is the verdict of John Curran head of sustainability with Ireland’s largest grocery distributor, the Musgrave group. Climate change has become more critical because of the urgent need for society to cut carbon emissions but sustainability is important, so much so both have to move central stage; “front and centre, right up to board level”, Curran believes.



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