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Walmart: CSR and Sustainability News

Walmart Stores, Inc. operates retail stores in various formats worldwide. The company was founded by Sam Walton in 1962, incorporated on October 31, 1969, and publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange in 1972. It is headquartered in Bentonville, Arkansas.

Walmart’s Concept Hybrid Truck Would Make a More Efficient Fleet

Walmart unveils its futuristic next-generation concept truck with a carbon fiber trailer and aerodynamic cab.

Research: Crime Stats, Staffing Problems Plague Walmart

Walmart's recent downgrade by an equities research firm is only the tip of the news this week for the superstore retailer. Both inside…

Seventh Generation Calls For Chemical Reform

Leading companies are participating in a coalition that urges Congress to update chemical safety laws.

Carbon Pollution Pricing: Risk and Reward?

Companies will use their carbon price as a planning tool to “help identify revenue opportunities, risks, and as an incentive to drive maximum…

Walmart Greens…Your Countertops?

Walmart enters the burgeoning green cleaning product market - good for consumers, bad for competitors?

PSU and Walmart Collaborate on Green Roof

Designing green roofs is not just about installing solar panels on large rooftops. It’s also about using the space to filter stormwater, enable…

Op-Ed: Walmart is Failing to Honor its Commitment to Roll Back Greenhouse HFC Gases

In its latest report, the Environmental Investigation Agency calls out Walmart for failing to implement up-to-date refrigerant technologies that would substantially reduce their…

Walmart Opens First 100 Percent LED-Lit Store in Ohio

Shortly after launching a line of Great Value LED lightbulbs for less than $10 at all U.S. stores, Walmart announced last week that…

Target Teams Up with GoodGuide to Rate Sustainable Products

Target is teaming up with the makers of GoodGuide to develop a Sustainability Product Standard to rate thousands of products for health, transparency…

Would 69% of Americans Turn Down a Job Due to a Company’s Poor Reputation?

New survey found that 69 percent of Americans would not take a job with a company that had a bad reputation, even if…

Walmart Launches Great Value LED Lightbulbs for Less Than $10 in All U.S. Stores

Walmart recently announced the launch of a Great Value line of LED lightbulbs for less than $10 at all of its U.S. stores…

New Ads Against Keystone XL Pipeline Take Climate Action to New Level

Billionaire investor Tom Steyer's NextGen Climate Action group has launched a series of four TV ads to build public action against the proposed…

Women, Garment Work and Safety: Clothes to Die For?

The poor working conditions in garment factories in Bangladesh affect mostly women, but apparel retailers and manufacturers can and should improve them. The…

Most Retailers Get a Failing Grade for Their Electronics Recycling Programs

The e-recycling system is still very much based on the options retailers provide us with, and as a new report released by the…

5 Lessons from Post-Bangladesh Action

Is fast fashion any more sustainable now due to the new safety plans signed by European and American fashion companies? How far we…