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Reducing GHG Emissions in Retailers’ Supply Chains: The Beginning of a Long Journey to Sustainability


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US corporations are facing growing pressure from the government and stakeholders to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through their supply chains. We discuss how 10 US retailers with global supply chains (selected from the Coresight 100) are responding—covering net-zero goals, science-based targets and more.

The 10 covered companies in this report are from multiple retail sectors:

  • Department stores—Macy’s and Nordstrom
  • Discount stores—Dollar General, Dollar Tree and Five Below
  • Home-improvement retail—Home Depot
  • Mass merchandisers—Target and Walmart
  • Wholesale clubs—BJ’s Wholesale Club and Costco 

Click here to view our full Coresight 100 list and access more coverage of these retailers. 

Read more about sustainability in retail and the retail supply chain. 

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