Carbon Footprint

Assessing: Planning Ahead with Awareness

Our TikaGreen strategy has a scientific basis, primarily in determining our current carbon footprint. This is why we carried out an assessment of our carbon footprint, with support from specialists Carbone 4. This enables us to consciously plan a realistic path towards an achievable goal: contributing to carbon neutrality.

Tikamoon, products first and foremost

Based on the carbon audit, including scope 3, our total footprint amounts to the equivalent of 8,025 tonnes of CO2. The manufacturing of our products accounts for 75% of that total, followed by the transport of the products from the manufacturer to your home. This is why we want our furniture to last a lifetime and why we support you in caring for it, and in its repair with our guarantee extended to 5 years.


Manufacturing of our products | 75%  
Pre-production freight | 15%  
Post-production freight | 06%  
Others | 04%  

Net Zero Initiative

With declarations of carbon neutrality springing up all over the place, we don't believe that one company can be carbon neutral, it must contribute to neutrality. To that end, we are supporting the Net Zero Initiative and the creation of a robust scientific methodology to measure, organise and monitor the three major factors: net emissions, the contribution to reduction of emissions, and the creation of a carbon sink.


Carbon Footprint

The assessment of our carbon footprint enables us to analyse all of Tikamoon's activities and measure our footprint across our entire value chain. We measure three scopes: direct emissions (scope 1), indirect emissions linked to energy (scope 2) and other indirect emissions (scope 3).

Pre-production activities

(Scope 3)

Pre-production freight

Business trips Commuting

Fixed assets
(Manufacture of fixed assets: buildings, machines, vehicles, etc.

Manufacture of goods and services used by the company in its business

Company activity

(Scope 1 & 2)

Company vehicles


Company facilities
Fuel consumption
Electricity consumption
Fugitive and process emissions

Post-production activities

(Scope 3)

Visitor and customer travel

Post-production freight
Business trips Commuting

Use of products sold

End of life
Occupational waste
End of life of products sold


Note: the following emissions sources (which apply only to very specific activities) have not been represented in this diagram: investments, post-production franchises and pre-production leased assets. Pre-production fuel usage is not shown either.