Electrolux: 70% reduction in emissions since 2015

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Electrolux published its 2020 Sustainability Report. It shows the company’s progress according to its new For the Better 2030 sustainability framework launched in March 2020. The comprehensive framework covers the areas of “Better Solutions”, “Better Company”, “Better Living” and the company’s climate targets. “I firmly believe that our new framework will help us maintain our sustainability leadership, which will be a competitive advantage and driver of profitable growth over the next decade – says Jonas Samuelson, Electrolux President & CEO -. In fact, the framework takes our sustainability objectives to the next level, including an ambition to achieve climate neutrality across our value chain by 2050”. The report highlights include a 70% reduction in CO2 emissions from the company’s operations since 2015. Electrolux also took an important step toward its climate ambition by adding a substantial climate impact reduction element to its long-term incentive program for its top 260 managers, which will drive climate action throughout the organization.