Driving CO2 out of the supply chain and off retailers’ shelves

Driving CO2 out of the supply chain and off retailers' shelves examines what large, global retailers are doing to reduce carbon emissions from their supply chains. Energy is a major indirect cost for retailers ― which gives them a stake in how their suppliers design and develop products.

As result, retailers are beginning to work in concert with suppliers to find ways to reduce energy usage ― and thus reduce carbon emissions.

This publication features a series of interviews with executives from global retailers Walmart, Home Depot, IKEA, Best Buy, Ahold, and Canadian Tire, who discuss their efforts to reduce their companies' carbon footprints and work towards greener supply chains.