Stokke Lowers Emissions by 22%, Increases RE - Smart Energy Decisions

Energy Efficiency, GHG Emissions, Industrial, Solar  -  April 26, 2024

Stokke Lowers Emissions by 22%, Increases RE

Stokke, a Norwegian children's premium products company, announced a 22% reduction in carbon emissions during the past year as compared to 2022.  

The company also saw a 49% increase in renewable electricity usage in manufacturing. Solar panels were installed at three of its European suppliers, further contributing to efforts to reduce emissions.

Stokke set concrete goals for a 2% reduction in its GHG gas emissions in 2024 and a nearly 6% annual reduction thereafter by increasing the share of renewable electricity used at its suppliers and transitioning to materials with a lower environmental footprint, such as recycled or bio-based plastics.

Details were announced in the company’s 2023 Sustainability Report.

"In today's world, sustainability is no longer a choice; it's a necessity for both our planet and future generations," said CEO of Stokke, Jacob Kragh, in a statement. "And as a brand that champions children, we owe it to them to create a future that is made to last. To this end, we're intensifying our efforts in all areas - from responsible sourcing of materials, and emission reductions to our advocacy in child development."

The company is committed to reducing Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 42% by 2030 and Scope 3 emissions by 25% from a 2020 baseline within the same timeframe. 


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