Walk on the wild side

The explorer Ed Stafford promotes a partnership between Tesco and the RSPB, which aims to raise £1m to fund the charity's rainforest conservation projects

Ed Stafford promotes Tesco's partnership with the RSPB
Ed Stafford promotes Tesco's partnership with the RSPB

Ed Stafford can't see the goods for the trees as he wanders around Tesco to promote a new partnership between the supermarket and the wildlife charity RSPB.

Stafford, an explorer who in 2010 became the first man to walk the length of the Amazon river, is launching the Together for Trees partnership, under which Tesco aims to raise £1m in a year to fund the charity's rainforest conservation projects.

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