With sustainability leading the charge in 2020, Danish jewellery brand Pandora is the latest to reveal it will be completely carbon neutral by 2025.
The brand will publish its plan to reduce emissions across its value chain in line with the Paris Agreement, and has also detailed how this year it will only use 100 percent renewable energy at its two crafting facilities in Thailand.
“Addressing climate change is one of the greatest challenges facing the world today, and as a large global company we have an obligation to contribute to the necessary solutions,” CEO Alexander Lacik said of the brand’s decision to tackle climate change head-on.
“Responsible business practices such as recycling of materials and waste have always been part of Pandora’s way of operating, and we now commit to ambitious targets to reduce our carbon emissions and help drive sustainability in the jewellery industry”.
Pandora will also introduce a policy for purchasing green power for its stores, and the remaining unavoidable emissions, estimated at less than 5% of total emissions, will be offset.
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