What’s going on in the world of paper? The small stuff, the game changing findings, the facts and the fun. This is where we let you know what we’re especially proud of at the moment. Where we share the stories connected to our future and unfold the mysteries of our heritage.
There are quite a few steps to the process of turning trees into premium office paper with extraordinary sustainability credentials. In this article we explain how our office paper is made.
This year started out on the road for the Multicopy sales and marketing team. In total we are participating in about ten European trade shows in January and February alone. And what a boost of energy it is to meet clients, suppliers, end users and industry colleagues! Thank you all for coming to our stand!
As the number of environmentally conscious businesses are growing, so is the interest for adding sustainable investments to the portfolio. Putting money in green bonds – earmarked loans to support environmentally-friendly and sustainable climate solutions – is a popular choice. And it’s the one that Stora Enso decided to go with in 2019 when a Green Bond programme was initiated.
Sweden is one of the world's most densely wooded countries – made up by about 70 percent forest. Half of it is privately owned by more than 330 000 people and about 38 percent of them are women. That makes forestry one of the most common business sectors for female entrepreneurs in Sweden.
Stora Enso is launching a Forest division. More flexibility to optimise wood supply and operations plus a greater transparency, are the major advantages of the company’s increased direct ownership of forests.
Stora Enso’s main contact at Natural Capital Partners is Tom Popple – Senior Manager, Climate Change and Sustainability. We had the opportunity to talk with him about the idea of net zero emissions, the company and its plans for the future.