Transparency means credibility

Responsibility recognised



Responsibility – solid foundation for business

Investors are interested in companies that focus on long-term sustainable value creation. This means having sound and proven policies and systems in place to manage the full range of environmental, social and economic risks. Companies everywhere are finding that embracing responsible practices leads to lower risks, a healthier corporate culture and greater long-term profitability. Moreover, a reputation as a responsible company boosts employer brand, raises spirits, promotes responsible business conduct, and is simply good for business.



Deeds before words

Vague sustainability claims have increased mistrust among stakeholders. Companies that don’t operate responsibly and transparently disclose their economic, environmental and social impacts and risks are facing increasing attention. Credible responsibility disclosure is an important component of stakeholder relations. Ultimately, it gives companies their license to operate.



Transparency means credibility

We believe in transparent reporting and provide comprehensive responsibility information from the corporate level to the mills and individual products. The vast majority of the information we disclose is verified by third parties. Over the past few years our performance and consistent work in the field of corporate responsibility has received recognition from many external parties.


Recent recognitions include:

  • Global Compact LEAD company for our committed engagement to the United Nations Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative. Only 34 global companies earned this title in 2018.
  • Forest and paper industry leader in the Dow Jones European and World Sustainability Indices 2018–2019.
  • Global leader on the CDP Forest A List for our actions to tackle deforestation in our supply chain.
  • Gold Class distinctions in RobecoSAM’s Sustainability Yearbook.