Suzano is the world’s largest eucalyptus pulp producer and one of Latin America’s leading paper producers. We are a global benchmark in developing sustainable and innovative solutions from renewable sources, we recognize the importance and need to play a proactive role and be an agent of change in initiatives aimed at solving the challenges faced by society. These include the climate crisis, caused by the increased concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which is increasingly affecting the environment all over the planet.
To mitigate and adapt ourselves to climate change, we incorporated the topic in our business model through a systemic and collaborative approach that connected the local and global agenda. In this journey, as part of Suzano’s Sustainability strategy, we announced the commitment to create and share value, evaluating increasingly more positive impacts through our long-term targets:
Also, to further strengthen Suzano’s relations with its suppliers and encourage them to undertake joint commitments to reduce emissions, we struck an alliance with CDP, an international nonprofit organization. This alliance will engage and assist our suppliers in measurements, data transparency, establishment of targets, as well as the assessment of risks and opportunities related to climate change.
The program will help expand knowledge on the topic within the value chain, resulting in the maturation of emissions management by suppliers. We will help these partners improve their performance so that we can work together in fighting climate change.
Here at Suzano we have been defining sustainability principles focused on human rights, health, safety, quality of life, diversity, inclusion and ethics, which are applied to our employees, suppliers and other stakeholders as well as incorporated into the legal and environmental Statement of Commitment adopted by Suzano.
Expresses the commitment of Suzano S.A. to uphold Human Rights and its support for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Declaration of the International Labor Organization (ILO) on the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and for the United Nations Global Compact, to which we are signatories.
Principles and guidelines for the effective integration of sustainability in procurement processes, from the definition of product or service specifications through the registration and selection of suppliers.
We foster diversity and inclusion through initiatives to expand representation and respect for individuality and freedom of speech.
Suzano recognizes that working in partnership with its suppliers is fundamental for putting into practice its purpose of renewing life inspired by trees. Hence, we have prepared the Suzano Supplier Code of Conduct, which reinforces our ambition of playing a leading role and fostering the joint development of innovative and sustainable solutions for the challenges faced by society.
Covers the commitment to the global trend of ensuring adequate workplace conditions for employees, as well as actions and attitudes that prioritize environmental preservation, complying with all stipulated conditions.