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Walmart Canada’s 60-foot supercube allows us to ship almost 30% more product than a standard 53-foot trailer and features sustainable improvements.
When your workplace spans 3,500 miles from coast to coast, the best way to turn heads is to show up with a tricked-out set of wheels. In our case, the wheels can carry up to 5,100 cubic feet of cargo.
A few months ago, we announced a new advertising partnership with Mother Nature Network that would create a special editorial channel on the site for readers to explore the people, businesses and organizations leading in sustainability.
Now we’re pleased to announce the official launch of that channel, “The Leaderboard”.Read more ›
Did you know that your GPS device and certain smartphone apps can give you real-time gas mileage tips, and point you to the cheapest nearby gas station? How about the fact that every extra pound of luggage decreases your fuel economy, as does driving faster than 60 miles per hour? Learn these gas-saving secrets and more from this video, as well as six other videos on fuel efficiency from the ARead more ›
Walmart is continuously working to improve its trucking fleet through technologies like this hybrid assist truck. Since 2007, the Walmart fleet has delivered 361 million more cases while driving 287 million fewer miles.
Delivering more while driving less: It’s a simple idea, but bringing it to life can be a bit complicated.
Walmart U.S.Read more ›
Solar panels on a Walmart in Marina, Calif.
Michelle Mauthe Harvey of the Environmental Defense Fund tackles a good subject today in GreenBiz. Are we at Walmart meeting our sustainability goals, or are we guilty of actually hyping empty efforts? Michelle assesses what has worked and what has not in Walmart’s push to become more sustainable and socially responsible.Read more ›