A Better World Starts at Home campaign energises communities around the world

From now until 26 May, we are joining IKEA stores around the world to celebrate the everyday climate heroes who bring light and power to their communities.

Worldwide, millions of impoverished families lack access to safe, reliable energy sources. Many are forced to rely on charcoal or firewood to light and heat their homes and to cook their food. These fuels are becoming scarce and expensive, not only requiring families to spend hours of their time and a huge proportion of their income on energy but also polluting their homes with fumes that make them ill and shorten their lives by years.

Communities need energy to power their businesses, schools and hospitals. Parents need it for earning an income, and for cooking and refrigerating food. And, as daylight fades, children need it for safety, studying, and playing with family and friends.

We are committed to powering communities with renewable energy.

That is why we are supporting A Better World Starts at Home campaign by investing over €40 million in programmes run by our five partners—Habitat for Humanity, One Acre Fund, Rainforest Alliance, SELCO Foundation and UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency—to bring renewable energy to families, helping them power up their communities… and their futures.

Because energy gives families power.

And renewable energy gives families a future.

Everyday climate heroes

Throughout the campaign, we will share stories of everyday climate heroes from our five partners who work in parts of Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

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  • โ€œWe are just at the beginning. A glorious future!โ€ - Ingvar Kamprad

Thanks to the incredible work of IKEA co-workers and our 248 partners on the ground, weโ€™ve been able to take meaningful steps towards tackling the two biggest threats to humanity: poverty and climate change ๐ŸŒ

Do you want to see what โ‚ฌ2 billion worth of impact looks like for #PeopleAndPlanet? Follow the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”—

#ClimateChange #ClimateAction #Livelihoods
  • Positive News Tuesday! There is rapid growth in the global movement to mobilise boards to address #ClimateChange ๐ŸŒโ™ป๏ธ

This is stated in the first-ever Annual Report of our partner @hugheshallcam, who worked on the Climate Governance Initiative.

With a strong focus on impact, the initiative educates and equips corporate non-executive board members with the tools to address climate change in their businesses, and beyond. 

The Climate Governance Initiative is a global network dedicated to mobilising boards to accelerate the transition to net-zero and build climate resilience, and is now reaching 100,000+ business leaders worldwide. 

Read the Annual Report via the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”—

#ClimateSolutions #PeopleAndPlanet @worldeconomicforum
  • The Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi), a longstanding partner of the IKEA Foundation, has contributed to a growing demand for corporate decarbonisation.

In 2023 alone, the SBTi doubled its corporate validations. 4,204 companies have been validated so far for their ambitious emission reduction targets.

Whatโ€™s more, the SBTi has now been granted charitable status, taking its place as an independent entity and using our $18m funding pledge to drive ambitious corporate #ClimateAction ๐ŸŒ

Read more about this exciting news by following the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”— #CorporateClimateAction
  • โฐ Every second counts when trying to transform our broken food system. 

Insights from our partner FSECโ€™s new Global Policy Report highlight the urgent need to transform food systems and the enormous benefits of doing so for #PeopleAndPlanet. ๐ŸŒ

The #HiddenFoodCosts continue to accumulate โ€” within the 10 seconds you spent reading this post, another $4,684,155 was incurredโ€ฆ ๐Ÿ’ธ 

We need to act now to transition to food systems that are good for people and the planet. 

Learn more about #FoodSystemsTransformation and the hidden food costs by following the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”—

#FixFoodEconomics
โ€œWe are just at the beginning. A glorious future!โ€ - Ingvar Kamprad

Thanks to the incredible work of IKEA co-workers and our 248 partners on the ground, weโ€™ve been able to take meaningful steps towards tackling the two biggest threats to humanity: poverty and climate change ๐ŸŒ

Do you want to see what โ‚ฌ2 billion worth of impact looks like for #PeopleAndPlanet? Follow the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”—

#ClimateChange #ClimateAction #Livelihoods
โ€œWe are just at the beginning. A glorious future!โ€ - Ingvar Kamprad

Thanks to the incredible work of IKEA co-workers and our 248 partners on the ground, weโ€™ve been able to take meaningful steps towards tackling the two biggest threats to humanity: poverty and climate change ๐ŸŒ

Do you want to see what โ‚ฌ2 billion worth of impact looks like for #PeopleAndPlanet? Follow the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”—

#ClimateChange #ClimateAction #Livelihoods
โ€œWe are just at the beginning. A glorious future!โ€ - Ingvar Kamprad

Thanks to the incredible work of IKEA co-workers and our 248 partners on the ground, weโ€™ve been able to take meaningful steps towards tackling the two biggest threats to humanity: poverty and climate change ๐ŸŒ

Do you want to see what โ‚ฌ2 billion worth of impact looks like for #PeopleAndPlanet? Follow the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”—

#ClimateChange #ClimateAction #Livelihoods
โ€œWe are just at the beginning. A glorious future!โ€ - Ingvar Kamprad Thanks to the incredible work of IKEA co-workers and our 248 partners on the ground, weโ€™ve been able to take meaningful steps towards tackling the two biggest threats to humanity: poverty and climate change ๐ŸŒ Do you want to see what โ‚ฌ2 billion worth of impact looks like for #PeopleAndPlanet? Follow the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”— #ClimateChange #ClimateAction #Livelihoods
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Positive News Tuesday! There is rapid growth in the global movement to mobilise boards to address #ClimateChange ๐ŸŒโ™ป๏ธ

This is stated in the first-ever Annual Report of our partner @hugheshallcam, who worked on the Climate Governance Initiative.

With a strong focus on impact, the initiative educates and equips corporate non-executive board members with the tools to address climate change in their businesses, and beyond. 

The Climate Governance Initiative is a global network dedicated to mobilising boards to accelerate the transition to net-zero and build climate resilience, and is now reaching 100,000+ business leaders worldwide. 

Read the Annual Report via the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”—

#ClimateSolutions #PeopleAndPlanet @worldeconomicforum
Positive News Tuesday! There is rapid growth in the global movement to mobilise boards to address #ClimateChange ๐ŸŒโ™ป๏ธ This is stated in the first-ever Annual Report of our partner @hugheshallcam, who worked on the Climate Governance Initiative. With a strong focus on impact, the initiative educates and equips corporate non-executive board members with the tools to address climate change in their businesses, and beyond. The Climate Governance Initiative is a global network dedicated to mobilising boards to accelerate the transition to net-zero and build climate resilience, and is now reaching 100,000+ business leaders worldwide. Read the Annual Report via the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”— #ClimateSolutions #PeopleAndPlanet @worldeconomicforum
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The Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi), a longstanding partner of the IKEA Foundation, has contributed to a growing demand for corporate decarbonisation.

In 2023 alone, the SBTi doubled its corporate validations. 4,204 companies have been validated so far for their ambitious emission reduction targets.

Whatโ€™s more, the SBTi has now been granted charitable status, taking its place as an independent entity and using our $18m funding pledge to drive ambitious corporate #ClimateAction ๐ŸŒ

Read more about this exciting news by following the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”— #CorporateClimateAction
The Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi), a longstanding partner of the IKEA Foundation, has contributed to a growing demand for corporate decarbonisation. In 2023 alone, the SBTi doubled its corporate validations. 4,204 companies have been validated so far for their ambitious emission reduction targets. Whatโ€™s more, the SBTi has now been granted charitable status, taking its place as an independent entity and using our $18m funding pledge to drive ambitious corporate #ClimateAction ๐ŸŒ Read more about this exciting news by following the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”— #CorporateClimateAction
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โฐ Every second counts when trying to transform our broken food system. 

Insights from our partner FSECโ€™s new Global Policy Report highlight the urgent need to transform food systems and the enormous benefits of doing so for #PeopleAndPlanet. ๐ŸŒ

The #HiddenFoodCosts continue to accumulate โ€” within the 10 seconds you spent reading this post, another $4,684,155 was incurredโ€ฆ ๐Ÿ’ธ 

We need to act now to transition to food systems that are good for people and the planet. 

Learn more about #FoodSystemsTransformation and the hidden food costs by following the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”—

#FixFoodEconomics
โฐ Every second counts when trying to transform our broken food system. Insights from our partner FSECโ€™s new Global Policy Report highlight the urgent need to transform food systems and the enormous benefits of doing so for #PeopleAndPlanet. ๐ŸŒ The #HiddenFoodCosts continue to accumulate โ€” within the 10 seconds you spent reading this post, another $4,684,155 was incurredโ€ฆ ๐Ÿ’ธ We need to act now to transition to food systems that are good for people and the planet. Learn more about #FoodSystemsTransformation and the hidden food costs by following the link in our bio ๐Ÿ”— #FixFoodEconomics
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