Logitech Plans to Achieve Carbon Neutrality
Logitech announced they plan to change the way the company operates and address its carbon footprint.
Their goal is to operate on a climate-positive approach across the entire value chain.
According to Business Wire, the company plans to hit net zero by 2030 and be climate positive after that.
Climate change is one of the biggest challenges of our generation. Yet reduction of the net carbon output levels caused by human action isn’t happening fast enough – we need to do more now to help shape a climate positive future. We are accelerating our climate strategy to be carbon neutral this year, across all of Logitech activities and products.
Bracken Darrell, CEO, Logitech
Logitech aims to remove more carbon than they create, and they plan to do this by focusing on a Reduce - Renew - Restore program. Logitech plans to use eco-friendly materials, innovative packaging, and production processes as part of the reduce program.
In the renew part of the program, they plan to use solar and wind as energy sources.
Finally, Logitech aims to invest in third-party renewables and projects that avoid carbon emissions as part of its restore program.
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