According to a press release from 25th January 2021 IKEA launches new 2030 forest agenda to push for improved forest management and biodiversity globally. The agenda is announced as a way to ramp up the work to further enhance biodiversity, mitigate climate change and drive innovation to use wood in smarter ways.


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IKEA launches new forest agenda

IKEA launches new forest agenda

“Wood is one of the main materials in IKEA products and an essential part of our heritage. It´s durable, renewable, recyclable and beautiful. As a large user of wood, for many years we have consciously worked to use our scale and global reach as a driver for positive change in the forestry sector, particular in regions facing challenges. Wood is also a key material for the future, for reaching our ambitions to become circular and climate positive.” says Ulf Johansson, Wood Supply & Forestry Manager.

IKEA launches new forest agenda

Ulf Johansson, Wood Supply & Forestry Manager.

200 million EURO investment

Last year Inter IKEA Group announced a 200 million EURO investment to speed up the transformation to become climate positive. A considerable part of that investment is aimed at removing carbon from the atmosphere through reforestation of degraded forests and better forest management practices.

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