Walmart inches toward audacious Project Gigaton goal

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Walmart inches toward audacious Project Gigaton goal

Plus, watch for tougher sourcing guidelines for partners on apparel and textiles

Two years after Walmart challenged its suppliers to cut more than 1 billion metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions out of their operations by 2030, the world's largest retailer's partners are making steady...

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