AC adapter maker Nokia plans to halve its emissions by 2030.
As a starting point, Nokia will use the 2019 emissions level, the company says in a press release.
In addition to its own production and products, Nokia’s targets cover emissions from supply chains in logistics and assembly plants.
Nokia says most of its carbon footprint comes from emissions from the use of its products. Nokia says it will reduce its carbon footprint by improving the energy efficiency of hardware and software, as well as investing in product design, modernization and more efficient use of resources.
In 2017, Nokia joined the Science Based Targets initiative. At the time, the initiative aimed to halt global warming to two degrees. Now the goal is to limit warming to 1.5 degrees.
– We have set new and more stringent science-based climate targets to accelerate the reduction of our carbon footprint. This means that sustainability must be at the heart of our product design and solutions, CEO Pekka Lundmark says in a press release.
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