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 LEIDEN - Swedish-owned homeware giant IKEA claims to have reduced its carbon footprint by five per cent in a year, according to the company's new 2022 Sustainability and Climate Reports.

IKEA says the reduction - which amounts to 12 per cent when compared to its baseline of 2016 - is mainly due to an increased share of renewable energy in both retail and production.

In the climate report, IKEA’s footprint in the financial year 2022 (FY22) is estimated to be around 25.8 million tonnes of CO2 – a five per cent decrease compared to the FY21, and 12 per cent decrease in comparison to the baseline FY16.

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