Walmart’s sustainability plan calls for spending $500 million a year to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.
But it’s been years since that pledge was made and the retailer still has not met its target.
The retailer has been struggling to ramp up the amount of energy it uses and has not done enough to reduce the amount it burns when it doesn’t have to.
And its stock is currently at its lowest price point since mid-2015.
It’s been almost 10 years since Walmart made its first big environmental pledge, in 2004, when it pledged to cut its greenhouse emissions by 30 percent.
That pledge was met with a flurry of criticism and, in the years since, has come under renewed scrutiny.
The company said at the time that its goal was to make a significant environmental impact in the US by 2030.
The company also has pledged to reduce greenhouse gas pollution from its suppliers.
It also said that by 2020, it would reduce greenhouse emissions in its supply chain by at least 50 percent.
It’s been a rough road.
In 2018, Walmart was forced to buy a huge factory in China to replace an aging facility that had been operating since the 1980s.
Walmart has been one of the biggest beneficiaries of China’s economic growth and expansion, and has been working to diversify its business, including reducing its reliance on China.
Walmart’s environmental problems began in the early 2000s.
In 2006, the company bought a giant warehouse that had a long history of environmental problems, including leaky roofs and water contamination.
It has since built more than 2,000 such facilities across the US and Canada.
On April 15, 2019, Walmart announced that it had bought the former Kmart in Jacksonville, Florida.
The former KMart was a large warehouse where employees would have to work 12 hours a day, seven days a week to meet Walmart’s environmental standards.
It was purchased by Walmart for $2.5 billion.
More recently, Walmart has become one of many retailers that has been forced to shutter its plants because of the rising costs of labor.
That has led to an exodus of jobs.
Last month, Walmart closed its largest plant in Tennessee, where it has operations in seven states.
At the time, the move had been criticized as a direct result of the Trump administration’s policies, which include a $15 minimum wage and regulations that have forced retailers to close more than 300 facilities.
Walmart had already laid off more than 10,000 employees in Tennessee in 2016, and that number has nearly doubled in the past year.
Many of Walmart’s suppliers have been forced out of the US because of Trump’s policies.
In January, the National Retail Federation estimated that over the past six years, Walmart had lost more than 3,000 manufacturing jobs and has laid off over 1,100 workers in that time.
Walmart is also currently facing pressure to cut emissions and has committed to meeting its 2020 climate goals.
As the company continues to struggle with the problems it faces, the retailer has had to make tough decisions.
Last month, the brand announced that by 2022, it was going to reduce carbon emissions from its supply chains by 25 percent.