Warner Music Nordic calculates their climate impact

February 7, 2020

Warner Music Sweden made its first assessment of its carbon footprint as early as 2015. The company is the first music company in Sweden to have invested in mapping their emissions.

ZeroMission’s tool for carbon accounting works excellently and is easy to use. It is interesting to analyze what we actually consume and to see where we can make changes. Warner has made a lot of changes since we started measuring our carbon footprint. We fly less, we book electric cars when we take taxis & our employees who have company cars have switched to electric ”

– Cecilia Robles, Accounts Receivable, Warner Music

Since 2017 all offices in the Nordic region calculate their annual greenhouse gas emissions.

Gradually, the offices in Denmark, Finland and Norway joined and by 2017 all of Warner’s Nordic offices were calculating and reporting the emissions from their operations. They continue to do so.


Growth is important, but it must be sustainable.  We have an obligation to make responsible choices that contribute to improving the the society and the environment that we are part of.”

– Jonas Siljemark, CEO Warner Music Nordic


Take responsibility for greenhouse gas emissions 

Warner Music Sweden, Denmark and Norway also offset the emissions from their operations with credits from Plan Vivo-certified projects.


“ZeroMission’s tool is excellent for our company. It gives us a good overview of our climate impact, which enables us to act. We also compensate financially via climate projects selected by ZeroMission. Right now, we are contributing to prevention of deforestation in Durian Rambun in Sumatra, Indonesia.”



Ida Åberg

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