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Electrolux has, for the third consecutive year, been ranked as Industry Leader Household Durables in RobecoSAM’s Sustainability Yearbook, an annual rating of companies’ sustainability performance.

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Electrolux has been recognized by CDP as one of five leading Nordic companies in taking actions to reduce carbon emissions and mitigate the risks of climate change. Electrolux was also ranked as a leader...

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Electrolux has been included in the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI World) for 2013, maintaining its position as Industry Leader in the Household Durables category for the seventh consecutive year*.

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Electrolux Environmental Report goes online and is named best reporter in Sweden.

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Electrolux has adopted a group-wide, three-part strategy to address climate change that goes beyond meeting local legislation and addressing regulatory risks.

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The CEO is a member of the Electrolux Board of Directors. Together with Group Management, he has responsibility to prepare for, and to capitalize on business opportunities, posed by climate change.

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For Electrolux, the most significant risks relate to legislation requiring phase-out of the least energy-efficient products, adjustments in operations, behavioural changes of consumers, energy pricing, as well as stakeholder expectations. Managed well, the Group...

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Electrolux is exposed to some regulatory risks, primarily through increased legislation aimed at reducing consumer-generated carbon in homes and in the energy consumption of electronic equipment. However, the focus of the Electrolux climate strategy...

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Legislation requiring phase-out of the least energy-efficient products in North America and Europe

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Electrolux has partially quantified the financial implications of risks and opportunities relating to climate change on Group level.

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