Sustainability is a part of everything we do. The foundation of our sustainability work consists of four themes covering all our operations and eight concrete targets that guide our everyday work. Our sustainability work supports reaching the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations.
Metsä Board has a unique value chain, in which the fresh fibres used as raw material are traceable to sustainably managed forests and the production is resource-efficient. Metsä Board has received a lot of recognition for its responsible business operations.
External recognitions and commitments in sustainability
Metsä Board has been reporting to CDP since 2010. In 2018, Metsä Board was once again rewarded a position on the CDP Water A List as well as on the CDP Climate A List. This was the third consecutive year that the company was included on the CDP Water A List and the second year on the CDP Climate A List. Metsä Board also achieved Leadership status in the CDP Forest programme for the third year in a row.
CDP is an international, non-profit organ¬isation that offers companies and municipal authorities a worldwide system for measuring, publishing, managing and distributing infor¬mation about their environmental impact.
MetsäBoard scored the highest recognition level “Gold” in EcoVadis’ CSR ranking in 2018, and is included in the top 1% of suppliers assessed across all categories.
As a member of Pack2GoEurope Metsä Board is committed to the environmental, health and safety aspects within the on-the-go food and beverage packaging industry.
MetsäBoard is also committed to the UN Global Compact corporate responsibility initiative and its principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.
MetsäBoard was awarded “Prime” status in Oekom corporate responsibility rating in May 2018.
In June 2018, MetsäBoard received a rating of AAA (on a scale of AAA-CCC) in the MSCIESG Ratings assessment. MetsäBoard has an overall ESG score of 86/100 and is considered a Leader in Sustainalytics’ assessment in May 2018.
MetsäBoard is also committed to Science Based Targets to reduce its GHG emissions in line with the goal of the Paris Agreement.