Adam Matthews, director of ethics and engagement at the board, said: “It really is the most comprehensive target, it covers all the emissions, not only those caused by producing oil and gas, but actually the emissions from the customers in burning it.”
However, charity shops are better prepared this time, Mr Osterley said. Take for example Stockport hospice charity, Beechwood Cancer Care. There's been a queue of customers at its Heald Green precinct. But it is only open to shoppers, not droppers, this week.