How to get ready for Wal-Mart's sustainability index

08/25/2009 | GreenerComputing

Wal-Mart's sustainability index could have far-reaching implications for the store's suppliers, writes Duncan Cheung, since it provides an incentive to become more environmentally friendly. For companies that haven't considered sustainability before, Cheung suggests creating a baseline for the company's environmental impact, setting goals and prioritizing green initiatives. Remember to track the company's progress, he notes, and don't forget to trumpet those accomplishments.

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