Tesco: Games can save environment

The environment has become a key concern for Tesco, and trade-ins help the retailer cut its carbon footprint.

Despite being named the best retailer for climate change, Tesco has set itself big environmental goals.

Category director for entertainment Rob Salter told MCV in an exclusive interview:

Increasingly we are doing trade-ins on other things as we look to neutralise our carbon footprint. We have some pretty steep goals in terms of carbon neutrality within Tesco, and actually a lot of these initiatives help in that regard. So it works on a number of levels.

I think we will see more of that happening across categories as people look to change things more often.”

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