United Nations Global Compact

Communication on Progress (COP)

Klabin is a member of the United Nations Global Compact since 2003, which endorses a framework of principles in the areas of human rights, labor, the environment and anti-corruption. Please refer to Message from de Board for Klabin’s formal commitment with the Global Compact.

Environment

UNGC PrinciplesReference
7.Support a precautionary approach to environmental challengesGRI 308-2 – Social and environmental impacts on the supply chain
GRI 308-1 – Social and environmental impacts on the supply chain
GRI 306-2 – Waste Management
GRI 306-3 – Waste generated, repurposed, reused, recovered and recycled
GRI 306-3 – Waste generated, repurposed, reused, recovered and recycled
GRI 306-4 – Waste generated, repurposed, reused, recovered and recycled
GRI 305-1 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-2 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-3 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-4 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-5 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-7 – Air emissions of NOx, SOx and other significant emissions
8.Undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibilityGRI 302-3 – Energy intensity
GRI 303-3 – Risk and impact management and areas of water stress
GRI 303-4 – Risk and impact management and areas of water stress
GRI 303-5 – Risk and impact management and areas of water stress
GRI 308-2 – Social and environmental impacts on the supply chain
GRI 308-1 – Social and environmental impacts on the supply chain
GRI 308-1 – Social and environmental impacts on the supply chain
GRI 306-2 – Waste Management
GRI 306-3 – Waste generated, repurposed, reused, recovered and recycled
GRI 306-4 – Waste generated, repurposed, reused, recovered and recycled
GRI 305-1 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-2 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-3 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-4 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-5 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-7 – NOx,SOx and other significant air emissions
GRI 304-1 – Environmental protection areas and areas of high biodiversity value
GRI 304-2 – Direct and indirect impacts on biodiversity
GRI 304-3 – Direct and indirect impacts on biodiversity
GRI 304-4 – IUCN red list species and national conservation list species
9.Encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologiesGRI 303-1 – Risk and impact management and areas of water stress
GRI 303-3 – Risk and impact management and areas of water stress
GRI 303-4 – Risk and impact management and areas of water stress
GRI 303-5 – Risk and impact management and areas of water stress
GRI 308-2 – Social and environmental impacts on the supply chain
GRI 308-1 – Social and environmental impacts on the supply chain
GRI 306-2 – Waste Management
GRI 306-3 – Waste generated, repurposed, reused, recovered and recycled
GRI 306-4 – Waste generated, repurposed, reused, recovered and recycled
GRI 305-1 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-2 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-3 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-4 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-5 – Direct and indirect GHG emissions
GRI 305-7 – NOx,SOx and other significant air emissions
GRI 304-1 – Environmental protection areas and areas of high biodiversity value
GRI 304-2 – Direct and indirect impacts on biodiversity
GRI 304-3 – Direct and indirect impacts on biodiversity
GRI 304-4 – IUCN red list species and national conservation list species