Walmart tried to make sustainability affordable. Here's what happened

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Walmart tried to make sustainability affordable. Here's what happened

How the arrival of Lee Scott's granddaughter triggered one of the world's most wide-ranging sustainability strategies

What a difference the birth of a granddaughter can make. For Lee Scott, who ran Walmart from 2000 to 2009, the arrival of his granddaughter not only convinced him the threat of global warming was real...

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