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Leahy announced that he would respond to one of the biggest complaints of the green groups by cutting the distance Tesco's products travel, especially by air. He would also switch some of the claim's road freight (he did not say how much) to rail. But he said nothing about reducing the journeys made by his customers. Shopping accounts for 20% for car journeys in UK, and 12% of the distance covered. By closig their out-of-town stores and replacing them with warehouses and deliveries, the surpermarket chains could reduce the energy costs of their buildings and (according to government figures) cut the transport emissions caused by shopping by 70%. Today, the Competition Commission publishes the initial results of its inquiry into the market dominance of the superstores. One of the issues it is investigating is the “land bank” accumulated by Tesco―a huge portfolio of sites on witch the company appears to be sitting until it can obtain planning permission. Many of them are out of town. If Tesco develops them, it will drag even more cars on to the road. Out-of-town shopping is incompatible with sustainability. よろしくお願いします。


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レーヒーは、特に飛行機による、テスコの製品の移動距離を短縮することによって、環境保護団体の最大の不満の1つに応じると、発表しました。彼は、申し立てを受けている陸上の貨物輸送の一部も鉄道に変更します(彼はその量については言いませんでした)。しかし、彼は、顧客によってなされる移動距離を減らすことについて、何も言いませんでした。買い物は、英国では、自動車による移動の20%を占めます、そして、走行距離の12%を占めています。彼らの郊外店を閉鎖して、それらを倉庫や配送センターに換えることによって、スーパーマーケットチェーンは、彼らの建物の光熱費を減らすことができるでしょう、そして、(政府統計によれば)買い物が理由の車の移動の排気を70%減らせるでしょう。 今日、競争委員会は、スーパーストアの市場支配の調査の最初の結果を公表します。それ(競争委員会)が調査している問題の1つは、テスコによって蓄積された「土地銀行」―すなわち、同社が建築許可を取得することができるまで、同社が所有すると思われる敷地の巨大なポートフォリオ(資産、資産目録)です。それらの多くは、郊外にあります。テスコがそれらを開発するならば、同社はより多くの車を道路に引出すことになります。郊外での買い物は、持続性と相容れないです。





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    Incidentally, the best way to find out is to ask customers, not by questionnaires but by, again, sitting down with them and finding out. The most successful retailer Iknow in the world is not one of the big retail chains. It is somebody in Ireland, a small country about the size of Slovenia. This particular company is next door to Great Britain with its very powerful supermarkets and all of them are also in Ireland; and yet this little company has maybe 60% of the sandwich market. What do they do? Well, the answer is that the boss spends two days each week in one of his stores serving customers, from the meat counter to the check-out counter, to being the one who puts stuff into bags and carries it out to the shoppers’ And he knows what the customers pay for. Let me say this may all sound very simple to you. It is not. It is infinitely more important than any other management tool.

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    Tesco, for exapmle, has made some bold commitments, to which it might eventually be held. At the moment they are weeviled with contradictions and evasions. In his speech on Thursday, the company's chief executive, Sir Terry Leahy, spoke of the sophisticated new refrigeration techniques that Tesco will use, which will allow it to reduce its consumption of climate changing gases called hydrofluorocarbons. But at no point did he mention an environmental technology called the door. How can you claim your stores are sustainable if the fridges and freezers don't have doors? Tesco's press officer was unable to tell me whether the energey savings the company has promised (50% per square metre by 2010) will be independently audited. If not, the promise is worthless―a company can make any claim it like if there is no outside body to hold it to account. よろしくお願いします。