Are retailers punching above their weight yet on sustainability?

Are retailers punching above their weight yet on sustainability?
Customers are increasingly demanding retailers raise the bar on environmental and ethical standards, but what degree of enthusiasm is there within the sector to step up to the challenge?
Extremely high - over 75%
Moderately high - over 50%
Moderately low - less than 50%
Extremely low - less than 25%

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