Forging a path to carbon transparency
Fast Company|Summer 2021
HOW LOGITECH’S LOW-CARBON DESIGN STRATEGY IS TRANSFORMING AN INDUSTRY

The signing of the United Nations’ Paris Agreement in 2015 marked a historic moment when nations agreed to combat climate change, setting actions and investment toward a low-carbon future. But for Logitech, an award-winning design company with a well-established approach to corporate social responsibility, sustainability initiatives had already been well underway for more than a decade. Yet industry change was slow to come. “It hadn’t felt like the world was moving fast enough, or that our company was moving fast enough, to address climate change,” says CEO Bracken Darrell. “Pretty quickly, we got aggressive on carbon reduction.”

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