Leaders with Lacqua Goes Green: Jesper Brodin, Ikea CEO

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  • Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Leaders with Lacqua Goes Green: Jesper Brodin, Ikea CEO” – below is their description.

    Jun.02 — As the head of a business that generates 0.1% of ALL global greenhouse emissions each year, IKEA CEO Jesper Brodin is well aware of the environmental responsibility that’s on his shoulders. In the latest episode of Leaders with Lacqua goes Green, Jesper speaks to Francine Lacqua about why going green is good for business as well as the planet…and why he wouldn’t hire a climate change denier.

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