Walmart asked 5,900 suppliers to come up with immediate, significant, and sustained action with science-based, concrete goals and practical projects focused on the most relevant sources of emissions in value chains, such as energy use or agricultural practices.
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by Amy Baxter | Oct 18, 2023
Regenerative agriculture generally involves improving soil health and water quality, as well as enhancing biodiversity and reducing emissions through farming and grazing techniques.
by Marisa Higgins | Jul 31, 2023
Some of these potential endeavors would emphasize the circular economy where waste is minimized, and resources are regenerated.
by Amy Baxter | Jul 28, 2023
Pepsico and Walmart are two of the biggest companies in the U.S., and both businesses rely on farmers to grow ingredients used in their products.
by Marisa Higgins | Jun 2, 2023
The company leverages its extensive store network and electric vans for delivery, aligning with its commitment to achieving zero emissions by 2040.
by Marisa Higgins | May 8, 2023
Using renewable natural gas could be a key piece of reducing fleet emissions.
by Marisa Higgins | Apr 13, 2023
Not only is Walmart developing a coast-to-coast EV charging network, but they have also made changes to their product supply chains. In 2020, Walmart set the goal to achieve zero emissions across their global operations by 2040.