Pandora sets sparkling net zero target for 2040

The jewellery maker has also committed to halving its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030

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Jewellery company Pandora has committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2040.

As part of its commitment, it has also pledged to halve its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2030 and claims it is the most ambitious climate-related target made in the jewellery industry.

Its new targets have been approved by the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi) and follow its earlier announcement of becoming carbon-neutral in its own operations by 2025.

Alexander Lacik, CEO at Pandora, said: “Our commitment will prepare Pandora for the low carbon economy of the future and hopefully contribute to positive change in the jewellery industry.

“We have a clear line of sight to how we will achieve most of our emission reductions but we also realise that we do not yet have all the answers. We will call on our suppliers and business partners to help us make this reality.”