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LILLE - Sporting goods retailer Decathlon has revealed that it managed to reduce its absolute carbon emissions for the first time last year, while increasing sales in both quantity and turnover.

The 1.7% reduction in emissions in 2022, compared with the previous year, is revealed in the company's new 'Non Financial Reporting Declaration' which also sets out a new target - to reduce overall emissions by 20% by 2026, against a 2021 baseline.

The report says that last year's decrease was achieved partly due to the company's product ecodesign programme, helping more suppliers transtion to renewable energy and reducing transport-related emissions, but the slowing down of production due to high level of stocks at the end of the year also played a part.

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