Retailers Go Green

Ryan, Thomas J.
August 2007
SGB;Aug2007, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p28
Trade Publication
The article discusses the adoption of environmental conservation efforts by retail stores, including cutting energy use and carbon emissions and reducing wastes. The article states that the green movement is widespread and, while it has political and economic benefits, is largely in response to consumer demand. The article describes the conservative steps taken by retailers such as Joe's Sports Outdoors, Gander Mountain, and Recreational Equipment, Inc (REI).


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