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  1. On March 21, 2017, SCA won an important victory before the United States Supreme Court in its seven-year patent infringement case against First Quality Products, Inc.

  2. March 8 is International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the achievements and important role women play in making the world a better place. This year’s theme is “Be Bold for Change” and SCA has helped champion the cause, reaching out to stakeholders across the globe

  3. In response to the report published today by Greenpeace regarding the protection of forests in the Archangelsk region in northwestern Russia, SCA wishes to outline its work to promote sustainable forestry.

  4. SCA will substantially raise the bar for climate work by committing to develop a science-based target for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. The proposed target will be developed over the course of the year and submitted to approval organizations.

  5. In place since 2004, the Code of Conduct is the framework that helps us translate our values into actions. Efforts to promote sound business practices, good working conditions and well-being all originate from the Code, but this is not where they end. Now we’re taking further steps and formalizing the compliance department by assigning a new Vice President for Compliance and Ethics.

  6. Due to media reports regarding possible bids on the company’s hygiene as well as forest products businesses, SCA wants to clarify that the Group does not comment on such information. 

  7. Dr. Tomas Rosén’s studies into the dynamics of cellulose nanofibrils secured him this year’s Alf de Ruvo scholarship; established in memory of SCA employee Alf de Ruvo. His findings offer the potential to develop new ways of making cellulose materials that could, one day, replace fossil based material. 

  8. Though only 5mms long, spruce bark beetles can be a real hassle for forest owners and destroy timber value. Finding these bugs is a time-consuming process for humans but dogs, with their keen sense of smell, can rout them out from over 100 meters away. 

  9. The fourth edition of Shape is focused on menstruation and how more knowledge about the hormone cycle might change the world of sports. Also, research about PMS, the recipe for longer life, dogs that find spruce bark beetles and how SCAs report "Hygiene Matters" was released at the UN in New York. This and much more...

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