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- To get to Net Zero do you need to remove carbon, not offset through avoidance schemes?
- Chicken feed, particularly soy, is environmentally degrading. How does Nando’s work to reduce the impact of this?
- What can customers expect from this change? Will prices for your menu items go up?
- What practical implications will this have in your day-to-day businesses?
- You have announced a lot on sustainability recently, is this not just another effort to gain some positive PR?
- Do you think this is something that your consumers really care about? Where does it fit into Nando’s wider sustainability strategy?
- How are Nandocas involved in the business’s commitment to achieve these goals?
- Would the money not just have been better spent on work to reduce your absolute emissions?
- How much will you be spending on offsets?
- How will Nando’s measure emissions reduction progress?
- What are your plans for reducing scope 3 emissions generally?
- What aspects of the business are the largest contributors to Nando’s carbon footprint?
- How much offsetting is involved in your emission reduction plan as a proportion of total emissions?
- How have you reduced your carbon footprint to date?
- What are science-based targets?
- Will these be long-term partnerships?
- How many more projects are you looking at and when will you be in a position to announce further partnerships?
- Why have you chosen these projects?
- How will this be achieved?
- What does this mean for your environmental impact in real terms?
- What is covered in Nando’s offsetting – does it include scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions?
- There are different types of emissions - what are they and what do they entail?
- What does carbon neutral mean?
- What are you committing to?