New proprietary rating system focuses on transparency, and prohibits use of many hazardous neurotoxins on fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers.
In 2013, The Home Depot’s online and in-store WaterSense labeled product inventory increased by 36 percent.
The purpose of carbon pricing is to encourage companies to invest in clean renewable energy by calculating the cost of future carbon emissions.
U.K. retailers Tesco, Waitrose and The Co-Op were named Green Cooling Leaders, as were Migros, Aldi, Carrefour, which operate stores in the U.K.
The goals center around water conservation, product packaging reductions and boosting the use of recyclable materials in packaging.
The company will focus on four pillars to advance the sustainability of food, which is the largest product category it sells.
The grocer scored particularly well in supply chain management practices, carbon emissions and waste reduction programs.
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Areas of focus included making the business case for sustainability, leadership development and radical collaboration.
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