Climate Action Strategy - Reduce, Renew & Restore | Logitech

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Our Strategy

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REDUCE

Design for sustainability to achieve ambitious carbon reductions in our products, operations and supply chain.

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RENEW

Drive adoption of renewable electricity in our own operations and our supply chain. Design our products to use circular supply chain materials.

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RESTORE

Restore forestry and climate-impacted ecosystems by supporting low carbon projects and developing nature-based solutions.

REDUCING PRODUCT IMPACT

The largest segment of our carbon footprint comes from sourcing and manufacture of components for our products and packaging. We’ve committed to science-based carbon reduction targets and we’re designing for sustainability to reduce plastic, use lighter-weight packaging and use post- consumer recycled plastic in our products, and more.

RENEWABLES IN OUR FOOTPRINT

View our progress as we transition to 100% renewable electricity.

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Renewable Electricity at our Production Facility

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Renewable Electricity Worldwide

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RESTORING FORESTRY AND COMMUNITIES

Supporting carbon neutrality and our journey to net zero

We invest in high-quality forestry and livelihoods projects to help restore climate-impacted communities. More recently, we are investing in carbon sequestration projects, to absorb the carbon that we emit and move towards net zero. We also invest in renewable projects to shift the grid to renewables and further enhance efforts to reduce our footprint via renewables. Our offsets purchases act like a bridge—it is a way take positive action that we do right now because it's possible and effective right now—while we develop capability (along with the rest of the world) to design for sustainability and transition to low-carbon alternative materials and markets.­

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Carbon Neutral Gaming Products

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Carbon Neutral Production Facility

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Carbon Neutral Travel

All Projects

Amazon rainforest

ACRE, BRAZIL

ACRE AMAZONIAN RAINFOREST

Tackling deforestation and protecting some of the world's most biodiverse habitats, while enabling sustainable and community-based livelihoods.

This REDD+ forest conservation project is preventing deforestation across 105,000 hectares of pristine rainforest in the Amazon basin, while working with the farmers that live there to support their livelihoods and protect the trees. In addition to delivering a reduction of approximately 90,000 tCO2e  each year through avoided deforestation. Education and training opportunities are provided to local communities with courses on how to grow bananas, chickpeas, cassava and corn; artisanal processing of fish; rearing organic pigs; and using rotational cattle pastures.This helps to improve farm productivity and income, provide more food and reduce the need for deforestation.

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SHANGHAI, CHINA

CIXI WINDFARM

Supporting growth of China’s green renewables sector by enhancing renewable energy capacity, to meet growing energy demand.

A joint venture between a Chinese and European manufacturer, the Shanghai Cixi Wind Project generates renewable electricity in Hangzhou Bay. Thirty-three  turbines, each of which has the capacity of 1.5 MW, generate an average of 105 GWh per year, with an associated annual carbon reduction of approximately 100,000 tCO2e. By generating renewable electricity, this project is helping to achieve China’s national goal to source 35% of the country’s electricity from renewable sources by 2030.

Darkwoods forest

SOUTH-EASTERN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

DARKWOODS FOREST CONSERVATION

Protecting Boreal forest from subdivision, high-impact logging and other environmental threats.

This project protects more than 156,000 acres of Boreal forests in British Columbia, from subdivision, high-impact logging and other environmental threats. Areas within the project are closely monitored to ensure strict biodiversity protection. Roads, infrastructure, activity and public access are strictly controlled and limited. Invasive species risks are managed and controlled. This approach safe-guards critical ecosystems delivering approximately 415,000 tCO2e per annum, and conserving the natural environment to act as a carbon sink. The project leverages carbon finance to conserve critical ecosystems and carbon sequestration areas at an unprecedented scale. It also supports conservation research and enables livelihoods with low-level sustainable harvesting.

Solar cookers

HENAN PROVINCE, CHINA

HENAN SOLAR COOKERS

Providing solar cookers to low income households—to improve fuel efficiency and family health.

Henan Province is one of the poorer regions in China, where local communities routinely use coal-fired cooking stoves. These coal-fired stoves are an inefficient use of fossil fuels and a significant source of indoor smoke and air pollution—causing adverse health effects on families, particularly women and children. The Danjiang River Solar Cookers comprise a 1.7m2 parabolic dish, which concentrates solar energy onto a central cooking pot, to provide sufficient heat to cook family dinners. This large-scale project helps more than 300,000 people by replacing older stoves in almost 100,000 households with solar cookers. This eliminates the need for coal-fired, inefficient cooking methods, and improves health and living conditions for families in Henan Province.

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RUDONG, CHINA

RUDONG WINDFARM

Supporting growth of China’s green renewables sector by enhancing renewable energy capacity, to meet growing energy demand.

Rudong Wind Farm is an onshore wind farm with 50 wind turbines and an installed capacity of 100MW. The project is located in Rudong County of Jiangsu province and verified under the Clean Development Mechanism. In addition to delivering reductions of up to 170,000 tCO2e per annum, the project employs 30 people and the project team work with the local Engineering Institute to support local education, capability-building, and understanding of clean energy and power plant operation.

orangutan

BORNEO, INDONESIA

RIMBA RAYA BIODIVERSITY RESERVE

Protecting 65,000 hectares of forest and the endangered Borneo Orangutan, while creating livelihood opportunities for local communities.

The Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve is an area of tropical peatland on the Island of Borneo in Indonesia. This project protects 65,000 hectares of carbon-dense tropical forest and peatlands by halting deforestation of rainforest areas originally designated for palm oil plantations. By providing support to this project, Logitech is helping to enable conservation of a REDD+ carbon sink and the protection of 105,000 endangered Borneo Orangutans. The project also provides livelihood opportunities for more than 2,500 households living within the project area—through education and agroforestry conservation—improving food security, income opportunities, health care, and education—all with the support of carbon finance.

Mountain range

QINGHAI PROVINCE, CHINA

QINGHAI AFFORESTATION

Sequestering carbon to drive our transition to net zero.

Qinghai Province is part of Tibetan Plateau and lies at an altitude of more than 3,000m above sea level. Hailed as the "roof of the world", and the "water tower of Asia", the Plateau is a natural habitat for rare animals and a focus of China's efforts to create nature reserves, forests, grasslands and wetlands. Qinghai lake is the largest lake in China and sits at the crossroads of several bird migration routes across Asia. The project is located to the east of the lake and will restore 14,000 hectares with the planting of a resilient mix of native tree species including Spruce, Juniper, Pine, Poplar, Birch and Elm on barren or degraded lands, where there is no natural renewal or reforestation. The project also aims to support the local community by providing technical skills and training.

FORESTRY & LIVELIHOODS

Amazon rainforest

ACRE, BRAZIL

ACRE AMAZONIAN RAINFOREST

Tackling deforestation and protecting some of the world's most biodiverse habitats, while enabling sustainable and community-based livelihoods.

This REDD+ forest conservation project is preventing deforestation across 105,000 hectares of pristine rainforest in the Amazon basin, while working with the farmers that live there to support their livelihoods and protect the trees. In addition to delivering a reduction of approximately 90,000 tCO2e  each year through avoided deforestation. Education and training opportunities are provided to local communities with courses on how to grow bananas, chickpeas, cassava and corn; artisanal processing of fish; rearing organic pigs; and using rotational cattle pastures.This helps to improve farm productivity and income, provide more food and reduce the need for deforestation.

Darkwoods forest

SOUTH-EASTERN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

DARKWOODS FOREST CONSERVATION

Protecting Boreal forest from subdivision, high-impact logging and other environmental threats.

This project protects more than 156,000 acres of Boreal forests in British Columbia, from subdivision, high-impact logging and other environmental threats. Areas within the project are closely monitored to ensure strict biodiversity protection. Roads, infrastructure, activity and public access are strictly controlled and limited. Invasive species risks are managed and controlled. This approach safe-guards critical ecosystems delivering approximately 415,000 tCO2e per annum, and conserving the natural environment to act as a carbon sink. The project leverages carbon finance to conserve critical ecosystems and carbon sequestration areas at an unprecedented scale. It also supports conservation research and enables livelihoods with low-level sustainable harvesting.

Solar cookers

HENAN PROVINCE, CHINA

HENAN SOLAR COOKERS

Providing solar cookers to low income households—to improve fuel efficiency and family health.

Henan Province is one of the poorer regions in China, where local communities routinely use coal-fired cooking stoves. These coal-fired stoves are an inefficient use of fossil fuels and a significant source of indoor smoke and air pollution—causing adverse health effects on families, particularly women and children. The Danjiang River Solar Cookers comprise a 1.7m2 parabolic dish, which concentrates solar energy onto a central cooking pot, to provide sufficient heat to cook family dinners. This large-scale project helps more than 300,000 people by replacing older stoves in almost 100,000 households with solar cookers. This eliminates the need for coal-fired, inefficient cooking methods, and improves health and living conditions for families in Henan Province.

orangutan

BORNEO, INDONESIA

RIMBA RAYA BIODIVERSITY RESERVE

Protecting 65,000 hectares of forest and the endangered Borneo Orangutan, while creating livelihood opportunities for local communities.

The Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve is an area of tropical peatland on the Island of Borneo in Indonesia. This project protects 65,000 hectares of carbon-dense tropical forest and peatlands by halting deforestation of rainforest areas originally designated for palm oil plantations. By providing support to this project, Logitech is helping to enable conservation of a REDD+ carbon sink and the protection of 105,000 endangered Borneo Orangutans. The project also provides livelihood opportunities for more than 2,500 households living within the project area—through education and agroforestry conservation—improving food security, income opportunities, health care, and education—all with the support of carbon finance.

Renewables

windfarm

SHANGHAI, CHINA

CIXI WINDFARM

Supporting growth of China’s green renewables sector by enhancing renewable energy capacity, to meet growing energy demand.

A joint venture between a Chinese and European manufacturer, the Shanghai Cixi Wind Project generates renewable electricity in Hangzhou Bay. Thirty-three  turbines, each of which has the capacity of 1.5 MW, generate an average of 105 GWh per year, with an associated annual carbon reduction of approximately 100,000 tCO2e. By generating renewable electricity, this project is helping to achieve China’s national goal to source 35% of the country’s electricity from renewable sources by 2030.

windfarm

RUDONG, CHINA

RUDONG WINDFARM

Supporting growth of China’s green renewables sector by enhancing renewable energy capacity, to meet growing energy demand.

Rudong Wind Farm is an onshore wind farm with 50 wind turbines and an installed capacity of 100MW. The project is located in Rudong County of Jiangsu province and verified under the Clean Development Mechanism. In addition to delivering reductions of up to 170,000 tCO2e per annum, the project employs 30 people and the project team work with the local Engineering Institute to support local education, capability-building, and understanding of clean energy and power plant operation.

CARBON SINK

Mountain range

QINGHAI PROVINCE, CHINA

QINGHAI AFFORESTATION

Sequestering carbon to drive our transition to net zero.

Qinghai Province is part of Tibetan Plateau and lies at an altitude of more than 3,000m above sea level. Hailed as the "roof of the world", and the "water tower of Asia", the Plateau is a natural habitat for rare animals and a focus of China's efforts to create nature reserves, forests, grasslands and wetlands. Qinghai lake is the largest lake in China and sits at the crossroads of several bird migration routes across Asia. The project is located to the east of the lake and will restore 14,000 hectares with the planting of a resilient mix of native tree species including Spruce, Juniper, Pine, Poplar, Birch and Elm on barren or degraded lands, where there is no natural renewal or reforestation. The project also aims to support the local community by providing technical skills and training.

Prakash Arunkundrum
“Climate change caused by human activity is one of the biggest challenges of our generation. We believe that climate change needs to be addressed systematically, through adoption of a science-based approach, and programs that support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.”


Prakash Arunkundrum
Head of Global Operations

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