Our purpose: renewing life inspired by trees.
2020 was one of the most challenging years in the history of Suzano. In his message, Walter Schalka, the CEO of the company, talks about the lessons learned and the accomplishments of the year. Some of the points addressed by Walter include: revealing the company’s purpose, the initiatives to fight COVID-19, the progress on long-term goals, among other initiatives.
2020: a year to
GO DOWN IN HISTORY
The Suzano 2020 Report presents our main financial, social, environmental, and governance results. The publication was divided based on the stakeholders that have the most impact on or are most impacted by the company aiming to demonstrate in what way the relationship and creation of value between the Suzano and these audiences is developed. Particularly in this year of enormous challenges, we highlight our relationship with our more than 36,000 professionals, including direct and indirect employees, who showed a lot of resilience, strength, and commitment.
VALUE GENERATION MODEL
For the first time, Suzano is publishing its Value Creation Model aiming to demonstrate its impacts on society and the planet and, at the same time, how it creates value through capitals, in accordance with the International Integrated Reporting (IR) Framework. These are some of our main outputs for 2020:
SOCIAL AND RELATIONSHIP CAPITAL
AND 10,181 FAMILIES
BENEFITED FROM INCOME
GENERATION PROJECTS IN 2020
(average monthly income
generation of R$944)
mapped and constantly monitored
OF CONSERVATION AREAS,
with monitoring of wildlife and flora
R$ 15 billion
R$ 1.25 billion
IN THE MARKET
Presence in the DOW JONES
(DJSI Emerging Markets)
2020 INDICATORS CENTER
Suzano advances in disclosing its data and is now reporting more than 430 indicators, in line with GRI disclosures, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD).
In addition, new featuring this year, we are presenting information in accordance with the disclosure standards of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and the recommendations of the World Economic Forum (WEF). Some of the information provided on the platform also meets some of the main ESG indices and ratings, such as Sustainalytics, MSCI Index, Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), Corporate Sustainability Index (ISE), and Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP).
Through the Indicators Center, you can cross-reference data, view tables, charts, and analyze qualitative and quantitative information about the indicators reported.