Wal Mart Green Jobs Council Looking Out For Green Job Creation

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It seems as if Wal Mart is the next corporation to hop on the sustainable practices bandwagon, as they launched their Green Jobs Council yesterday.It seems as if Wal Mart is the next corporation to hop on the sustainable practices bandwagon, as they launched their Green Jobs Council yesterday. The Council will be a partnership of Wal Mart suppliers and representatives, and will work to develop a network to create a larger green job force in the country. Wal Mart has already committed to switching to 100% renewable energy sources for all of its stores, and is aiming to create zero waste, as well as promoting environmentally friendly products within its stores. If you’re wondering how is Wal Mart going to do all of this, and create green jobs, the answer is by killing two birds with one stone: they’ve recently purchased enough wind energy to power 15% of their stores, which in turn is creating jobs in Texas. Look forward to new green initiatives by Wal Mart’s Green Jobs Council in the future.

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