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Walmart's huge move toward reducing toxics in products can create a lasting effect. Here's why.
At Walmart's Global Sustainability Milestone Meeting today, the retailer vowed to target chemical and fertilizer use in its mammoth supply chain.
The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) is working with retailers and landlords to make leased retail space more efficient.
The departing executive VP who oversaw the retail giant's sustainability efforts shares what he's learned.
It's in style to treat workers better and waste less.
The number of retailers following green building principles for most of their new projects has doubled since 2011.
When consumers enter the dressing room, will a company's social and environmental track record determine their choice of jeans?
Senior Environmental Sustainability Director Leo Raudys opens up about the company's work, including strategic partnerships and a recent ISO 14001 certification.
The world's largest real estate firm is running pilot tests of a solar-powered EV station and plastic waste compressor.
Walmart is asking bread makers to bake in sustainability. Can they rise to the occasion?
Walmart is asking questions — lots of them. Is anyone answering?
The retail giant's sustainability leader tells how the company addresses environmental and community responsibility.
Seasoned observers of retailer behavior understand that today's internal practice will become tomorrow's supply chain expectation.
We've looked at why your firm should reduce food wasted by customers. Now here's how to do it.
WWF will help the clothing giant address water scarcity in its buildings, product design and supply chain.
The outdoor gear and clothing giant shows how a company that sells stuff can do less harm to the earth.
Embedded environmental costs represent real financial risks and strategic opportunities for the world's biggest retail and food and beverage companies.
A Berkeley MBA student pays a visit to the headquars of the world's biggest retailer. Who will teach the other a lesson?
How does an executive from Walmart — the gold standard for selling stuff — end up co-founding a company aimed at facilitating sharing instead of buying? Here's the inside story of...