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2022-09-22
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Stora Enso was once again selected into the Dow Jones Sustainability index

Finland is on a different path of innovation Helsinki Stora Enso was selected into the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for the eleventh consecutive year. Stora Enso is the only European paper company selected in the index from 2011 to 2012, which allocated more than 3% of its total revenue as research and development expenses. Stora Enso received the highest scores in the industry in terms of sustainable forest management, product monitoring and environmental management. The 2011-2012 Dow Jones Sustainability index members have recently announced

Kang Youkun, CEO of Stora Enso, said: we have continuously improved our work around the world. For 11 consecutive years, we have been selected as the Dow Jones sustainable development index. The accuracy should meet the requirements of the "certificate of conformity" of the experimental machine, and continue to improve our performance in the index. All these show that the work of the group is on track

we have been rethinking the way we undertake and have taken new measures, such as improving the standards of sustainable development in the supply chain and enhancing communication with local communities. I am glad to see that I account for about 20% of the total global plastic consumption, and what we have done is also reflected in the results of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index. The only way to make Stora Enso more negative than at present is for rethink to constantly review the old behavior and propose new methods and solutions. The key to this is to listen to and learn from stakeholders

Dow Jones Sustainability index is the first global index to track the financial performance of leading sustainability companies. The company is selected or withdrawn from these indexes due to its economic, environmental and social performance. These indexes provide investors with reliable and objective benchmarks to help them manage their sustainable development assets

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