NEW YORK — In a series of presentations and moves over the past three weeks, Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., pushed its widely publicized “Sustainability 360” environmental agenda aimed at its suppliers, employees and customers as well as its own operations.
At a meeting at Merrill Lynch's headquarters here last week, Wal-Mart announced a partnership with the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), London, to measure the amount of energy used to create products throughout its supply chain. The ...
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