Sustainability is integrated into the entire organization and is part of SCA’s business concept. In priority areas, the company has established long-term group targets to be achieved by 2030.
Sustainability is an important aspect in each of the SCA’s activities. In crucial areas, SCA can contribute to sustainable development, but the company must also strive to reduce any environmental impact from its operations. It is important to have a holistic view in order to find an optimal balance between different sustainability priorities.
The sustainability platform describes SCA’s entire business. To deliver progress in sustainability, the company has adopted Group targets in particularly important areas where SCA can make a key contribution toward sustainable development.
These long-term targets will guide long-term priorities and be achieved by 2030.
With a growing forest that binds carbon dioxide, renewable products that replace fossil fuels and low emissions in its own value chain, SCA generates climate benefits.
SCA’s forests to be at least as rich in biodiversity, nature experiences and raw material in the future as they are today.
All wood raw material that can be sawn timber becomes wood products. The wood that does not become wood products becomes kraftliner and pulp. What cannot become fibre products, becomes energy.
SCA contributes to a sustainable development in the communities in which the company operates.
Long-term profitability requires sustainable and profitable growth in a responsible manner. Group target 2030: Leading total shareholder return (TSR).
With the force of the forest, we contribute to a sustainable future. Group target 2030: An accident-free and healthy SCA where all employees comply with SCA’s Code of Conduct.