Coop Denmark Reduces CO2 Emissions By 32%

By: Gyarmati Orsolya Date: 2021. 10. 06. 08:30

Coop Denmark, which also owns the grocery chains Kvickly, SuperBrugsen, Dagli’Brugsen, fakta, and Irma, has reduced CO2 emissions by 32% since 2018.

The retailer attributed this achievement to its ambitious climate strategy and added that it aims to reduce its emissions by 75% by 2025.

Auditing firm EY has approved Coop’s climate accounts, which show that the grocery group is on the right track in relation to the goal of becoming climate-positive by 2030 by harvesting more CO2 from the atmosphere than its emissions.

The last part of the goal is to be achieved by planting 1,000 hectares of trees in Denmark, the retailer added.


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