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World’s biggest company talks green progress

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Imagine you’re the head of the world’s biggest company. OK, you’ve run through the idea of lighting your cigars with £50 notes and chewing diamonds, what next? Well, it might be time to start thinking green.

Wal-Mart has just come out with a report into its own green doings, and the verdict isn’t too green.

A nugget from CNN Money from Wal-Mart’s CEO:

“We make no claims of being a green company. And we’re not saying we’re better than other companies. But what we are saying is we’re doing sustainability in a way that’s real and right for Wal-Mart”.

The company has a few initiatives ongoing – including using 100 per cent renewable energy -but no time lines to go with them. Is this the start of a long green path for Wal-Mart or a two fingered salute at the environmental lobby?

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  • London Assembly
    Posted November 20, 2007 at 1:26 pm

    The London Assembly Environment Committee met representatives from the Olynmpic Delivery Authority and London Organising Committee on 12 October 2012 to discuss the environmental commitments for the Games. Following the meeting the Committee wrote to the Olympic Board raising a number of concerns, see the letter at http://www.london.gov.uk/assembly/reports/environment/lettertotheolympicboardnov06.rtf

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