Wal-Mart and Clinton join forces to cut costs for green cities

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Purchasing consortium for green products bolsters buying power as Wal-Mart and US mayors join world's 40 largest cities

The cost to the world's cities of deploying green technologies could soon fall after the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) and retail giant Wal-Mart announced they were joining forces to bring down the...

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