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The IKEA Sustainability Strategy

We have big ambitions for 2030. We are committed to doing our part to tackle climate change, unsustainable consumption, and inequality. Our three major focus areas are Healthy & sustainable living, Circular & climate positive and Fair & equal.

The sun setting behind a building on a street full of pedestrians. In the foreground leaves of a bush are lit up by the sun.

Healthy & sustainable living

Inspiring and enabling more than 1 billion people to live a better everyday life within the boundaries of the planet.

Fair & equal

Creating a positive social impact for everyone across the IKEA value chain.

35% more efficient

The new SOLHETTA LED bulbs are much more energy effecient - and affordable - than previous IKEA LED bulbs.

100% renewable electricity in IKEA factories

During FY21 we reached 100% renewable electricity for all IKEA-operated factories, packaging and distribution units globally.

55.8% renewable materials

Of the materials we sourced in 2021, 55.8% were renewable and 17.3% were recycled.

Less waste with rechargeable batteries

We no longer sell non-rechargeable alkaline batteries and have replaced them with our LADDA rechargeable batteries. This helps customers to significantly reduce waste and save money in the long run.

A LADDA battery charger charging batteries while plugged into a round power outlet in a light grey wall.
Two forestry workers inspect a pile of eight logs that have recently been felled and stripped of their branches.

99.5% of the wood used for IKEA products is either Forest Stewardship Council®-certified (FSC®) or recycled.

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The planet is our only home and needs us now more than ever. But home has always been what we make it. And we’re determined to help a billion people live better everyday lives within the limits of the planet.