CNBC: Why Walmart is doubling down on its commitment to climate change

"Data shows that if U.S. businesses make investments now towards a diversified clean energy economy, they and consumers will save an average of $366 billion per year on fossil fuel costs by 2050. There will be many more U.S. jobs overall—particularly in sectors like utilities, construction, and manufacturing."  Rob Walton, a member of Walmart's board of directors, shared his views on the company's bold commitment to work with its supply chain partners to reduce supply chain emissions by 1 gigaton by 2030 (Walmart's "Project Gigaton") in an article on CNBC in Dec. 2016. 

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