The Denmark-based Takt furniture brand announced its environmental commitment to reach net-zero emissions within three years. To achieve this, the Takt furniture brand's products bring several eco-friendly features to the table. For example, the furniture is currently made with FSC-certified wood, which assures consumers that the brand uses ethically sourced materials. The Takt furniture brand also employs flat-pack technology to cut carbon emissions at multiple points in the shipping process. This flat-pack technology also makes it easier for consumers in restricted spaces to receive and assemble furniture.
The Takt furniture brand's climate target is 20 years ahead of the timeline established by the Paris Agreement. The brand's products have already been stamped with EU Ecolabels, and the company is marked as a socially- and environmentally-conscious B Corporation.
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