Centuries of deforestation have caused serious damage to global biodiversity and our climate. Avoiding the worst impacts means taking rapid, effective action. World leaders, environmental experts, and local stakeholders—through various summits and collaborative work—have agreed to set a goal of ending deforestation by 2030. It’s an ambitious but critical goal, and its feasibility depends on companies’ efforts to operate sustainably and help preserve nature.
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Svenska Cellulosa, a Swedish company, is one of the world’s largest suppliers of certified forest products. It ensures everything it sells—from pulp to paper—is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. This demonstrates compliance with the highest social and environmental standards on the market. Additionally, the firm leases land to investors in green energy; its acreage is home to 5.4 TWh of wind power projects.
Sustainability is an integrated part of Svenska Cellulosa’s activities this decade. It aims to source 100% of its raw materials from responsibly managed forests by 2030—and further, is working to achieve zero-waste in its manufacturing processes by the same time.
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