Going Green Makes Business Sense For Big Firms

As consumers grow more aware of global warming, corporate giants launch eco-friendly efforts to protect their bottom line.

"...corporate behemoths acknowledge that U.S. consumers' growing awareness of global warming is changing the way they work...More than 60% of U.S. consumers hold government and big business directly accountable for global warming, according to a recent study..Environmental activists note companies are more committed to fighting global warming than the U.S. government."

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Walmart

Anyone check out Walmart lately? They are cutting energy usage, and costs as well. The only thing that is currently off the table are wind turbines in the parking lot.

Sprawl-Mart

The other thing that is off the table is locating Walmarts in pedestrian and transit-oriented neighborhoods, so people can drive a shorter distance to it or (miracle of miracles) walk or take transit to it.

Charles Siegel

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