Flos hits carbon target

Lighting group Flos has become carbon neutral.

The manufacturer says it has achieved this largely thanks to offsetting, purchasing carbon credits in two wildlife projects.

The Great Bear Forest Carbon Project in Canadian British Columbia supports changes in managing the territories involved in the protection of the forests on the Pacific coast where wolves and Grizzly bears live while the Guatemalan Conservation Coast Project  works to protect the remaining forests of the region from deforestation. The project area hosts more than 400 species of birds.

It says it hopes to cut carbon emissions by 27% by 2030.

 

Flos

Subscribe

And receive a glossy copy of our magazine straight to your door

Subscribe to our newsletter

Receive weekly industry news straight to your inbox.

I agree with the Terms and Conditions and the Privacy Policy detailed at the bottom of this website.