Most significant sustainability aspects
As part of updating our sustainability programme, we have identified the sustainability aspects that are the most significant for us in the short term. These aspects have been identified based on the global change drivers that shape society and thus our operations, and tightening regulation and evolving stakeholder expectations.
We have identified ten material sustainability aspects which form the basis for our sustainability efforts. These sustainability aspects have been identified considering our entire value chain, following the principle of due diligence. We have also assessed the impacts of our operations under the principle of double materiality; in addition to the negative footprint of our operations, we have identified our handprint, i.e. our positive impact on people, the environment and society.
The continuous development and assessment of these aspects are at the core of our sustainability efforts. All of the identified aspects are important for our work. However, we have further identified the specific aspects we will need to pay particular attention to when it comes to developing our operations going forward.