Today we release, with partner Greenpeace, the new report ‘Checking Out on Plastics II: Breakthroughs and backtracking from supermarkets’, revealing that seven of the top 10 supermarkets had increased the plastic packaging they use, also known as their ‘plastic footprint’.
In this report, the Environmental Investigation Agency and Greenpeace UK present the findings of the most comprehensive survey to date on how supermarkets are addressing plastic pollution
The seventh Chilling Facts report, 22 retailers submitted data covering the 2015 calendar year from supermarkets across 37 countries. Our findings show that the uptake of hydrofluorocarbon-free technology is well under way across the EU, with CO2 transcritical systems spreading eastward and southward throughout Europe
A briefing produced for the 60th Global Summit of the Consumer Goods Forum, from 15-17 June 2016 in South Africa. Since 2010 there has been a dramatic shift in the availability and effectiveness of hydrofluorocarbon-free technologies, allowing progressive companies to significantly reduce their carbon footprint
The latest of our annual reports focusing on the use of climate-damaging refrigerants in major supermarket chains and progress to move away from harmful HFCs to climate-friendly alternatives. Chilling Facts IV finds 344 stores have now made the transition, with thousands of engineers trained to service them