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Essity co-hosts expert roundtable meeting in Geneva with the United Nations (UN)
Essity has finalized a new Fiber Sourcing Policy, describing the company’s principles, intentions and requirements for its deliveries of fresh wood based fiber materials. The policy sets a target that all fiber raw material in Essity’s products will be certified.
What do you think is really important? Help us get the priorities right and focus on the right things.
The Vancouver Declaration is a public promise made by companies across the globe to work towards more sustainable sourcing of forest products. It also acts as an endorsement of FSC as our supplier of choice for certification of forest products. The Vancouver Declarations has also been signed by other sustainable companies, such as IKEA and H&M.
From November 8 until January 21 Fotografiska museum in Stockholm will feature the exhibition Hygiene – A Circle of Life. The exhibition is part of a long-term partnership between Essity and Fotografiska, which aims to highlight how hygiene and health affect people’s well-being, and to make the challenges and taboos surrounding hygiene and health more visible.
Letter sent from Kersti Strandqvist, Senior Vice President Group Sustainability, to Greenpeace Sweden, September 27, 2017.
In response to a Greenpeace report issued today, Essity wishes to outline its work to promote sustainable forestry.
The World Health Assembly (WHA) is the world's highest health policy setting body. Its main tasks are to decide major public health policy questions, approve the World Health Organization’s work programme and budget, and elect its Director General. Together with our UN partner WSSCC and Wateraid, Essity hosted an event focusing on “Hygiene and Health throughout the Life Course”.