IKEA’s owner injects €190m in Polish wind and solar

The group purchased a “ready-to-build” wind farm and solar park, located in north-western Poland

‘Top companies overestimate climate progress’

A new report alleges that some of the world’s largest businesses exaggerate their climate aims and net zero pledges

IKEA offers £35 to customers for green energy switching

Customers who choose a green tariff through the furniture giant’s website will be offered the credit

IKEA customers in the UK offered vouchers in exchange for their old furniture

The so-called buyback scheme aims to reduce the amount of waste going to landfills and support the retail giant’s carbon goals

Consortium urges EU to end sales of diesel and petrol car sales by 2035

A group of 27 companies suggests a cut-off date will support the EV take-up

IKEA owner vows to inject €4bn into renewables

The investments will focus on adding wind and solar projects to the group’s portfolio

IKEA owner bags 49% stake in eight Russian solar farms

The total capacity of 160MW is forecast to provide enough electricity to power 17 IKEA stores in Russia

IKEA pledges to close loop by buying customers’ used furniture in exchange for vouchers

The initiative, which aims to offer more sustainable and affordable products, will launch in the UK and Ireland on Black Friday

IKEA owner announces €600m of sustainable investments

Ingka Group has pledged to implement a zero fossil fuel approach to spending and will review local pension alignment across 31 countries with ESG standards

IKEA’s charity arm powers Indian hospital with solar energy

This is a part of a $2.3 million programme, which aims to help rural hospitals in India and East Africa access to sustainable and reliable sources of power