With all due respect to Kermit the Frog, for us being green is as easy as can be. At 2.6 million hectares (an area almost the size of Belgium!), we have the largest privately owned forests in Europe. And they are growing, and as they grow they bind much more carbon dioxide than what is emitted from our entire value chain. And our products replace those with a higher carbon footprint. And we strive to reduce all fossil emissions from the management of our forests to the transport of our products to our customers. That’s how we do our part in combatting climate change.
How’s that for sustainability?