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UK supermarkets looking for greenbucks!
Posted: 15 August 2006

SUPERMARKETS BATTLE FOR HEARTS AND MINDS OF GREEN SHOPPERS:
From methane-powered lorries to "sun tubes" reflecting natural daylight into stores, the big four - Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and Morrisons - have opened a new "green" front in the battle for dominance of Britain's £90bn supermarket sector.
http://news.independent.co.uk/environment/article1219255.ece

MindBullet logo GREENBUCKS FOR GREEN TECH
Sweden leads the race to go green as consumers shun 'dirty' products
Dateline: 8 June 2012
Carbon credits are dead - long live greenbucks! It finally dawned on eco-conscious consumers in the West that their old habit of outsourcing polluting production processes to the East was backfiring on their ideals. At the same time the EU dropped the unworkable carbon tax - carbon credit scheme in favor of direct support for green industries. The shift has caught some manufacturers by ...
 
Doug Vining And Walmart joins the fray:
The $312.4 billion retailing giant has launched an aggressive program to encourage "sustainability" of the world's fisheries, forests and farmlands, to slash energy use and reduce waste, to push its 60,000 suppliers to produce goods that don't harm the environment, and to urge consumers to buy green.
http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/retail/2006-09-24-wal-mart-cover-usat_x.htm?csp=34
Posted: 26 September 2006 at 17:30
 
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