Kingfisher, the home improvement company, believes that a good home is a sustainable home.
As part of its journey to become a net positive business by 2050, Kingfisher recently launched its sustainable growth plan which sets out its sustainability targets for the next seven years. These targets aim to drive lasting change by translating sustainability into a language that connects with customers and the real concerns they have in their homes.
Kingfisher publishes its sustainability report for 2016/17.
Kingfisher’s aim is to make sustainability an easy choice for customers. It’s this vision that sets the path for everything they do, and that will help them achieve their ambition to create good homes by making home improvement accessible for everyone.
Over the last year, they’ve been working hard to embed sustainability into internal practices and processes, investing in bright ideas and new ways of working. From head office to the shop floor, their aim is to make sure that sustainability becomes a part of everyday life at Kingfisher.
Kingfisher, the home improvement company, has published its Sustainability Report 2015/16 showing progress towards becoming a restorative Net Positive business.
Kingfisher’s ambition is to make home improvement accessible so that everyone can have a home they feel good about. It believes that a good home has to be sustainable - one that is healthy, resource smart, energy efficient and affordable to run.