When it comes to their relationship with the environment, the key breakthrough for many retailers occurs when they decide to measure their environmental impact, applying the old adage “what gets measured gets done.” For Sobeys, Stellarton, Nova Scotia, that decision was made in 2008. The company set two environmental goals to achieve by the close of its 2013 fiscal year (ending in early May) — to reduce its carbon footprint by 15% and increase the amount of waste ...

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