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From the rooftops, big box stores are embracing solar
by Bruce Horovitz
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14 October 2019
On 14 October 2019 The New York Times reported:
Target and Walmart are trying to out-green each other in proving to customers they are environmentally responsible businesses. By the end of 2019, [Minneapolis retailer] Target will have achieved 25 percent of its mission to attain 100 percent renewable electricity in its stores -- and this just months after announcing the pledge. But Walmart is right on Target's tail.
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At a time when the federal government is increasingly stepping away from addressing issues like sustainability and climate change, corporate America is stepping up. Retail giants from Target to Walmart to Amazon; and tech titans from Apple to Google to Facebook, are taking action to respond because it's good for business and good for corporate image. For many consumers, addressing core issues like climate change and sustainability go hand-in-hand with attracting their business.
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