While the retail giant has met some of its sustainability goals, it has failed to set science-based targets for climate emissions or speed up progress on renewables

It’s been 10 years since Lee Scott, the then-CEO of Walmart, publicly set the giant retailer on a path towards sustainability. In an influential speech, “Twenty-First Century Leadership”, Scott pledged that the company someday would be supplied entirely by renewable energy, that it would eliminate waste and that it would sell products that sustain people and the environment.

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Source: Guardian Environment