Condé Nast to become carbon-neutral by 2030

The publishing giant will also transition to 100% internationally-certified paper by the end of 2021 and will phase out all fossil-based, non-recyclable plastic packaging by 2025

Global fashion media organisation Condé Nast, which owns brands like Vogue and GQ, has announced its commitment to reach carbon-neutrality by 2030.

The company has pledged to start with a 20% reduction in corporate emissions and 10% reduction in supply chain emissions by the end of 2021.

The publishing giant also plans to use more sustainable materials across its production processes - it will transition to 100% internationally-certified paper by the end of 2021 and will phase out all fossil-based, non-recyclable plastic packaging from its publications across 12 markets by 2025.

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