In November 2007, Wal-Mart Stores released a top-to-bottom update of its sustainability efforts. The overview looked at company initiatives ranging from improving operational efficiencies through packaging and waste reduction, to reducing energy usage and promoting the idea to customers, to upgrading employee health benefits. This comprehensive approach continues to impress many in the industry, if for no other reason than the global retailer's ability to create a ripple effect up ...

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