Top 10 GRI Sustainability Aspects for the Forest & Paper Products Sector

Sustainability - What Matters in the Forest & Paper Products Sector?
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November 3, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Recent research conducted by the Governance & Accountability Institute attempts to answer important questions for company managements in the Forest & Paper Products Sector, by examining the disclosure practices of 18 global peer organizations publishing GRI reports in the sector.

The top 10 Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) aspects that were determined to be material by the managements of reporting organizations in the Forest & Paper Products Sector are:

Shared Value Insights from Arauco’s Charles Kimber

A series of four brief interviews from leading executives on the role of shared value in their organizations.
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In the face of complex global issues and societal needs, many companies are turning to shared value, a practice that seeks business opportunity in solving social problems. FSG interviewed leaders in various fields to gain a wider perspective on shared value practices. The result is a series of five minute interviews that provide insight on creating shared value from the corporate, non-profit, and investor perspective.

"Get in For More. It's Just Gooder."

From Forest to Factory, Taylor Guitars practices Eco-Responsibility at Every Level.

This article has a BfG video. You can watch it over here!

Bob Taylor and Kurt Listug established Taylor Guitars in 1974 and have watched it evolve into one of the world’s leading manufacturers of premium acoustic, acoustic/electric and electric guitars. - Fibria Celulose SA publishes Sustainability Report 2009

The report is based on a Materiality Matrix, derived from a survey of Fibria's various stakeholders
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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) December 20, 2010 - Fibria Celulose, the world’s leading producer of market pulp, has issued its first Sustainability Report, describing the company’s achievements and challenges in the economic, financial, social and environmental spheres during 2009.

The information presented in the report is based on a Materiality Matrix, derived from a survey of Fibria’s various stakeholders. A total of 85 individuals, inside and outside the company, highlighted the issues they considered to be most important to the company’s sustainability:


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