IKEA cuts carbon emissions 12.7 per cent while increasing revenue by almost a third

Stuart Stone
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Ingka Group reveals total climate footprint has shrunk by almost 25 per cent since 2016

IKEA's largest retailer has today revealed that as well as increasing year-on-year revenue by 30.9 per cent, its carbon emissions have fallen by 12.7 per cent compared to its 2022 financial year. The sharp...

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