Why Ikea just Bought an 11,000-acre Forest in Georgia

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  • Ikea bought an 11 000 acre forest in Georgia to protect it from being split up and being destroyed.
  • As part of the company’s mission to become climate positive by 2030, this investment is largely to turn to trees to suck CO2 out of the atmosphere and to ensure that the forest is management sustainably.
  • Other efforts include using renewable energy, switching to electric delivery vehicles, rethinking materials, and finding innovative ways to take back old furniture and repair it for resale.

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