Lundbeck plans for carbon neutrality by 2050

In connection with Lundbeck's annual report, the firm sets a new sustainability and climate target, and over the next 15 years this work implies placing pressure on partners and contractors.

Lundbeck CEO Deborah Dunsire | Photo: Gregers Tycho/ERH

Today, Thursday, Lundbeck launches a new 15-year climate target, which obligates the company to have achieved net-zero carbon dioxide emissions in 2050.

At first, however, Lundbeck's efforts will revolve around two aspects in particular that will reduce emissions in the course of the next 15 years.

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