Biodiversity

1 million native tree seedlings for restoring degraded areas.

0
Mi
2019
0.182
Mi
1
Mi
2030

In 2021, seedlings were planted and donated by the Matas Legais [Legal Forests] and Matas Sociais [Social Forests] Program in Parana and Santa Catarina, and some were planted in Klabin areas in Paraná. More than 180,000 native tree seedlings were donated between 2020 and 2021, about 885,000 seedlings are left to completely achieve the goal in 2030.

Biodiversity

100% of animal collision points with initiatives for reducing road accidents.

0
%
2019
15
%
100
%
2030

In 2021, we had a number of advances in the subject. The company ViaFauna was hired to carry out systematic monitoring of collisions with wild fauna. The first 2000 km that will be monitored until February 2023 were defined, the landscape reconnaissance and mapping of a 20 km radius of the roads to be monitored were performed, as well as the description of the planning of forestry activities that may impact the displacement of animals (harvest, planting, wood transportation) near the monitoring areas.

Biodiversity

Maintain or enhance the number of bird species dependent on high quality forests.

0
%
2019
80.40
%
100
%
2030

We considered the species of dependent birds found in the annual monitoring conducted from 2011-2020, in all three forest units (SP, SC and PR). As parameters for monitoring the goal, we averaged the data on the last five years. If this average remains in over 78% of sighted species it means the maintenance of our current quality levels, and if it remains in over 85%, it represents an improvement. In 2021, the result was 80.4%.

Biodiversity

6 partnerships/research projects per year in biodiversity and nature conservation studies.

0
2019
43
60
2030

Doctoral, master’s and undergraduate research with several universities in the region.

Biodiversity

To reintroduce 2 species which have been shown as extinct and promote the increase in the numbers of four other threatened species.

0
2019
1
6
2030

In 2021, actions to reintroduce the guan (Aburria jacutinga) were postponed because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Among the necessary steps, the Company finished the renovation of the environmental enclosures and monitored the birth of two individuals in the Klabin Ecological Park, which were released into the wild on 3/30/2022. The last stage – monitoring – begins next, continuously until the project closes in 2030. Thus, 83% of the steps of the first refaunation action have been completed at this time.

Customers and Products

10 benchmark circular economy cases in partnership with customers.

0
2019
2
10
2030

In 2021, two cases were developed in partnerships with clients.
1. Initiatives were opened with 8 customers for direct commercialization actions of pre- and post-consumption chips, one of which was converted into a contract;
2. In 2021, the sale of Dispersible Bag was expanded to our client Melón (Chile).

Supplier Social and Environmental Performance

100% of critical suppliers included in the Sustainable Supply Chain Management Program.

0
%
2019
56
%
100
%
2030

The 2020 baseline (KSDGs’ launch date) considers about 20% of suppliers covered per year, since the first wave of the Ecovadis program.

Local Development

100% of the priority municipalities with incentivized participative management.

0
%
2019
70
%
100
%
2030

The cities selection criteria can be found on the Local Development and Impact on Communities page. Non-priority cities are expected to receive specific programs, in line with Klabin’s private social investment pillars: environment, education, culture and local development.

Diversity

30% female leaders.

12
%
2019
21.40
%
30
%
2030

Female leaders = Board members, management level and coordination.

Diversity

90% of the employees in the diversity groups positively evaluating respect and equality in the working environment.

0
%
2019
61
%
90
%
2030

Women, non-binary people, blacks, browns, indigenous people and LGBTQIA+ self-declared in the Klabin Climate Survey. The research is done biannually, and in 2022 we will have new results.

Occupational Health and Safety

Employees with significant effects caused by occupational accidents considered very serious and permanent.

3
2019
8
0
2030

The concept of changed lives was introduced in 2019 at Klabin Security and refers to significant effects caused by occupational accidents considered very serious and permanent. Unfortunately, in 2021 we had 8 lives changed, In total, there were six lives changed and two fatalities. Among these misfortunes, there were: four events related to process safety (where were declared both fatalities), two events related to power shutdown, and two related to failures in risk analysis. More information on the Action Plan can be found on the Occupational Health and Safety page.

Occupational Health and Safety

100% of the units at the most advance management level of the Hearts and Minds methodology or equivalent.

0
%
2019
3
%
100
%
2030

In 2020, we attained the most advanced level for 1 unit. The Hearts and Minds (H&M) model consists of a culture diagnosis and has 5 levels. We still have 17% of the units under evaluation.

Occupational Health and Safety

Lost-time incident frequency rate (own and contracted) below 1.

2.48
2019
2.07
1
2030
Occupational Health and Safety

Accident Severity Rate (own and contracted) below 50.

300
2019
444
50
2030

The increase in the severity rate is correlated with the increase in the number of lives changed. More information on the Occupational Health and Safety page.

Information Security

100% of direct and indirect employees included in the digital language necessary to accompany the cybersecurity culture, ensuring the protection of personal and Company data.

7.5
%
2019
48
%
100
%
2030

For more information on the different initiatives that support the fulfillment of this commitment, please visit the Information Security page.

Energy Use

100% of certified electricity purchased from renewable sources.

61
%
2019
96.6
%
100
%
2030

We went from 62% in 2020 to over 96% in 2021. In addition to the self-declarations of certified energy purchases, 482,059 IRECS were issued from the surplus energy of the Puma unit, which came from black liquor and biomass.

Energy Use

Renewable sources accounting for 92% of the energy matrix.

89.54
%
2019
89.50
%
92
%
2030

Contribute to a low carbon economy by reducing the share of fossil fuels to ensure an energy matrix that is at least 92% renewable.

Waste

Zero destination of industrial waste to landfills.

97
%
2019
98.1
%
100
%
2030
Water Use

100% of locations where we operate with initiatives to increase territorial water security.

0
%
2019
57
%
100
%
2030

For this indicator, the report also considers the units acquired in 2020. All units have one of the following strategies: new Effluent Treatment Station; Regional Development Forum; and Caiubi Program. In addition, all industrial units are regularly assessed using the WRI Aqueduct tool to identify water stress that guides the Company in prioritizing territories covered by initiatives related to the goal.

Water Use

100% of proprietary forest harvesting operations with hydro-solidarity management.

0
%
2019
73.5
%
100
%
2030

The percentage considers annual harvest operations, forecasting properties expected in the medium term (and may vary over the years due to the increase in areas, with new acquisitions, for example).

Water Use

To reduce specific consumption of industrial water by 20%.

0
%
2018
16
%
20
%
2030

As predicted in the previous cycle, the percentage dropped from 18% to 16%, impacted by the acquisition of the five units from International Paper and due to the calibration of the effluent flow meter of the Monte Alegre unit. The result of this goal will change over the years, as Klabin’s expansion plan considers new paper operations, which are hydro-intensive. Specific water consumption = (total water captured – total water discarded)/ the company’s total production.

Climate Change

To reduce scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions by 25% per ton of pulp, paperboard and packaging by 2025 and  49% by 2035, starting in base-year 2019.

0
%
2019
7.50
%
49
%
2030

Official target agreed with the Science Based Targets initiative. * Target threshold includes biogenic emissions and removals of bioenergy raw materials.

Climate Change

To capture 45 million tons of tCO₂eq from the atmosphere.

0
Mi
2020
9.459
Mi
45
Mi
2030

Updated and verified on: 06/25/2022