Skinflint Lighting to become carbon neutral by 2025

Skinflint Lighting to become carbon neutral by 2025

The Cornwall based reclaimed lighting company says it will become CO2 neutral within six years and it's declared a climate emergency

Skinflint lighting is tackling climate change within its own ranks

Skinflint was set up 10 years ago to offer reclaimed lighting sourced from factories, schools, churches and houses across Europe. It's now decided to be more active in the fight against climate change so has committed itself to becoming a carbon neutral business by 2025 at the latest. It's also declared a Climate Emergency, which means it will confront the reality of climate change and not shy away from discussing issues that could impact the growth/profit drive of western capitalism. In addition it's funded a Company Carbon Audit and an independent greenhosue gas emissions report. Read Skinflint's climate change declaration here

We're in the midst of a climate emergency
Skinflint Lighting has always been part of the circular economy
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