Ikea, which has its North American headquarters in Conshohocken (Plymouth Township) has been named to Time Magazine’s Time100, a list of the most influential companies in the world.
Ikea made the list for its efforts to move beyond disposable furniture and increase its sustainability. From the article about Ikea:
Now the Swedish giant, with 455 stores in 60 markets, is making strides toward a more sustainable future. By retooling its supply chains, the company hopes to become climate-positive—reducing more greenhouse gases than it produces—by 2030. Over the past few years, it has invested in more wind farms and solar parks, tested electric vehicles for home deliveries and opened its first secondhand store.
You can find the entire list here.