Walmart teams with suppliers to improve sustainability

Project Gigaton will provide emissions reduction toolkit to broad network of suppliers -- including Land O'Lakes and Dairy Farmers of America -- seeking to eliminate one gigaton of emissions.

Walmart is joining forces with its suppliers in efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from their operations and supply chains. Dubbed Project Gigaton, this initiative will provide an emissions reduction toolkit to a broad network of suppliers seeking to eliminate one gigaton of emissions by 2030, focusing on areas such as manufacturing, materials and use of products. That’s the equivalent to taking more than 211 million passenger vehicles off of U.S. roads and highways for a year.<

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