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[qi:_earth2tech] When Wal-Mart tells its more than 100,000 suppliers something, they listen. This week the world’s largest retailer said that it will create green labels and a green index to rate the environmental impact of all the products that land on its shelves. For suppliers that […]

[qi:_earth2tech] When Wal-Mart tells its more than 100,000 suppliers something, they listen. This week the world’s largest retailer said that it will create green labels and a green index to rate the environmental impact of all the products that land on its shelves. For suppliers that means they’ll have to turn to software and web apps to start monitoring and managing the carbon emissions, energy consumption and water usage of the goods they produce. And for startups that have spent the past couple of years building these tools, it’s the equivalent of a massive crow bar wrenching the nascent carbon software market open. Check out these 10 hot carbon management software startups on Earth2Tech.

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