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Providing the best quality products for our customers is a priority for Walmart. But we want to make sure those products are also manufactured in an ethical and safe way. That’s why Walmart is donating $1.6 million to the Institute of Sustainable Communities (ISC), a U.S.-based nonprofit, to establish the Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Academy in Bangladesh.Read more ›
The video broadcast of our new sustainability commitments announced at a global sourcing event in China is now available. Watch the speech from Walmart’s president and CEO Mike Duke here as he addresses the need for social and environmental responsibility. The full event replay is available on our corporate website.Read more ›
Walmart executives, U.S. and Chinese government officials, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and Walmart associates are meeting this week in Beijing, China, where our company will announce strengthened and expanded commitments to our global sustainability supply chain. The announcement is on Thursday – be sure to check back here for updates from The Green Room and @WalmartGreen.Read more ›
Preserving the environment seems like a topic with universal interest. But having an interest doesn’t always mean we’re willing to change our behaviors. If you’ve ever wondered about someone else’s attitudes toward sustainability, you should check out National Geographic’s Greendex.Read more ›
Wind power at Sam’s Club in Palmdale, Calif.
It’s that time of year again. With video conferencing technology, we’ve just met with our global peers and counterparts in Energy, Construction and Maintenance from all our markets around the world to kick off our annual greenhouse gas (GHG) data gathering process.
It seems 6:30 a.m.Read more ›