LONDON, Nov. 16, 2020
LONDON, Nov. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- In an interview published on Business Reporter, Graeme Wild of sustainable woodfibre producer Sappi outlines how the company is meeting the challenges of the SDGs head-on.
The company has prioritised seven of the SDGs where they think they can make the greatest contribution. These are:
In addition as a company headquartered in a developing country they have also prioritised SDG1: No Poverty and SDG4: Quality Education in the region as both of these align with their commitment to the national drive to promote socio-economic development.
New 2025 targets for each of these goals have been set in their new business strategy ( Thrive25).
To learn more about how companies like Sappi work with the UN's sustainable development goals, read the article.
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Based in South Africa, Sappi is a global leader in dissolving pulp and paper-based solutions, providing sustainable dissolving pulp, paper (speciality, packaging and graphic), paper pulp, and biomaterial products and related services and innovations. Sappi are working towards a plastics-free world.