Fibria’s 2017 Report presents the company’s results, achievements, and practices throughout the year. From the very beginning, starting at the message from company leaders, a significant highlight is given to the company’s strategic vision for the double challenge posed by climate change and the development of a new paradigm of sustainable development based on a low-carbon economy.
This Report integrates financial, social, and environmental information according to the standards of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), Comprehensive option (click here for GRI Content Index), and the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC).
The Materiality Process, carried out in 2016, involved analyzing company documents, consulting sector studies, and benchmarking Fibria’s peers and customers. Interviews were also conducted with the company’s senior management and with various groups of stakeholders. Additionally, a panel formed by specialists outside the company and an online survey with the company’s internal and external stakeholders were conducted. All this work resulted in a set of 13 material aspects, listed below and shown in the matrix in the Indicators Center. In addition to the Long-Term Goals established by Fibria, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the company’s strategic pillars, the material aspects guide the development of this Report.
The digital edition is the main support of Fibria’s 2017 Report and its most complete version. In addition, an abridged version in PDF format summarizes the complete document, and an Indicators Center contains figures and charts that show the company’s key performance indicators. The Indicators Center also contains the links between the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the indicators included in the Report.
For the first time, the development process of this publication took into account the guidelines reported by the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), a corporate initiative created by the Financial Stability Board (FSB).
This document makes recommendations on disclosing financial risks concerning climate. We seek to incorporate these guidelines into our report.
Furthermore, an Editorial Commission, composed of representatives from various areas of the company, is responsible for defining and improving the aspects covered in this Report. One of main objectives of this group in preparing the 2017 Report was to provide greater balance between the positive and negative aspects of the subjects covered. The Commission also defined aspects that were addressed with greater focus in this material. They are: climate change, water, waste, community relations, and forest management.