Jabra Sustainability

Tech of the future.
For the future.


Sustainability and decarbonisation.


At Jabra, sustainability is more than just a buzzword. It’s an important value embedded in our culture, operations, and product design. At the intersection of technology and sustainability, the circular economy empowers us to unlock new possibilities. 
Jabra is focussed on sustainable design, decarbonisation and supply chain responsibility.

Jabra Sustainability

Sustainability across the full product lifecycle.


We use lifecycle assessments (LCAs) to analyse the environmental footprint of our products and make data-driven decisions on how to minimise our impacts.

How we are working with sustainability at every stage, from pre-concepting to the end of the product’s life.


Making our products all starts with our materials. Using more sustainable materials means we need to consider recycled, bio-based and low-polluting alternatives for plastics, metals, fabrics and the raw ingredients of electronic parts and batteries. By 2025 we intend to use over 50% of materials that meet our sustainability requirements in new products. We’re making progress towards this goal and launched our first products that contain recycled plastics in 2023.

Jabra TCO-certifeied

Many Jabra products are TCO Certified, the only independent sustainability certification
for headsets covering the full lifecycle of products. For a full overview of TCO Certified Jabra products, see here


Products with TCO certification


We are on track to meet our 2025 target to have 100% FSC certified packaging ahead of time. In addition, we are aggressively phasing out virgin plastics in packaging and reducing the environment impact further through compact design. Through these efforts, we’ve made carbon savings as high as 84% on our packaging lines since 2018.


Looking ahead, we aim to drive our packaging footprint down further through scaling up local sourcing of packaging material and by working with suppliers on a more sustainable packaging setup across our supply chain.


FSC box.

  • FSC cardboard and paper
  • Leatherette pouch
  • Minimal virgin plastics
  • No foam


FSC paper pouch.

  • FSC paper only
  • PCR felt pouch
  • No plastics



FSC belly band.

  • FSC paper only
  • PCR felt pouch
  • Smaller warranty leaflet


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Tech that works in harmony with nature.


We are committed to reducing our
carbon emissions as fast as science tells us we have to.

Here’s how we’re doing it.

Ambitious emissions targets, rooted in science.

You only know how far you’ve come if you know where you started.

We measure the carbon footprint across our business as well as on a product-level, and we’ve set ambitious, science-based emission reduction targets. These GN Group-wide targets were approved by the Science Based Targets Initiative in 2022.




By 2030


In scopes 1 and 2 (areas under our direct control) we’ll reduce all carbon emissions by 80%. Scope 3 emissions (value chain emissions outside our direct operations) will reduce by 25% from a 2021 baseline.


By 2050


We will achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 at the latest. In line with the criteria laid out by the Science Based Targets Initiative, this means reducing emissions by at least 90% and neutralising the rest through investing in carbon removal.


Luca Böger

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Luca Böger

VIPM Jabra