Another Wal-Mart Sleight of Hand

I really had a problem with Mainwaring using Wal-Mart as a good corporate citizen. Their practices have been questionable in many areas. Once more, Wal-Mart shows that sleight of hand is alive and well in America. Wal-Mart has launched a urban wildlife revitalization campaign in five major cities. It shows their concern for the environment.
However, what the public may or may not know is that Wal-Mart has been selling furniture since 2007 that was made from lumber logged illegally from habitats protected for Siberian tigers. When Wal-Mart got caught they promised to stop…by 2013. How much damage is being done, all the while people think Wal-Mart is helping the environment?

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