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Stora Enso receives external recognition from a variety of indices, organisations and awards.
Transition Pathway Initiative (TPI)
Stora Enso is top-ranked in greenhouse gas management and performance by the TPI. An asset owner-led and asset manager-supported global initiative, the TPI assesses companies’ preparedness for transition to a low carbon economy, supporting efforts to address climate change.
Stora Enso is included in the top 1% of suppliers in the EcoVadis ethical supplier rating system, and has received the highest recognition level (Platinum).
OMX Sustainability Finland index Stora Enso is included in the NASDAQ OMX Sustainability Finland index.
Stora Enso is included in the ECPI EMU Ethical Equity and ECPI World ESG Equity indices, which covers environmental, social, and governance criteria.
Represents European securities that are screened in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility. This includes the following aspects: human rights, human capital, environmental social impact, market ethics and corporate governance. The index is a successor index of the Ethibel Sustainability Index Excellence Europe.
Stora Enso is listed in the Euronext Vigeo Europe, and Eurozone 120 indices as one of the 120 most advanced companies in terms of environmental, social, and governance performance
Stora Enso’s Annual report 2019, including the Sustainability report, received the highest A+ ranking among the 350 top performing reports globally.
WBCSDStora Enso’s Sustainability Report 2019 was included in the top ten sustainability reports globally according to the 2020 Reporting matters publication by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
Most sustainable company 2020
Stora Enso was ranked the most sustainable listed company in our sector in Sweden by Dagens Industri, Aktuell Hållbarhet, and Lund University School of Economics and Management.
Stockholm School of Economics
Stora Enso received the highest score in the 2019 ‘Walking the talk’ study on sustainability communications by the Mistra Center for Sustainable Markets (Misum) at the Stockholm School of Economics. The study included 95 Large Cap companies at the Stockholm stock exchange.