Demant joins green initiative, seeks to reduce emissions by 50 percent in 2030

As its competetitor WS Audiology before it, hearing aid group Demant now commits to the climate initiative Science Based Targets. Demant enters with the goal of reducing its emissions with 50 percent in 2030.

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The world's second-largest hearing aid manufacturer, Danish Demant, now enlists in the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), which aims to fight climate change through a series of green goals, informs Demant in a press release in connection to its capital markets day on Monday.

The hearing aid group thus joins its competitor WS Audiology and numerous other Danish companies that have also joined the initiative in the past few years – most recently the medtech company Ambu, and before it, Lundbeck, DSV Panalpina, A.P. Møller-Mærsk, FLSmidth, Velux and Carlsberg.

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