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At Sappi, we’re not just talking about sustainability and our SDG commitments. We’re taking robust action and making measurable and continuous progress everywhere we operate. Progress that EcoVadis has now confirmed by awarding all three of our manufacturing regions platinum sustainability status for the third time. This achievement places Sappi in the top 1 per cent of companies the organisation reviewed in 2021.
22 April 2023 – Today, Sappi joins the world in celebrating Mother Earth Day and in reflecting on our investment in nature.
Working forests are vital to fighting climate change and Sappi is well-positioned to make a difference.
By reducing our greenhouse gas emissions and scaling up nature-based solutions, Sappi is increasingly part of the solution to climate change.
Inspiring young people to explore careers in the pulp and paper industry with Sappi is essential to achieve our sustainability goals. Our mills in Europe are leading the way with outreach to schools and a rewarding apprenticeship programme. 
A good, sustainable procurement strategy depends on strong relationships with suppliers, and we're committed to building those relationships to improve Sappi’s and our suppliers’ sustainability performance.
The over 16,000 suppliers that are part of Sappi’s global value chain are essential to our business. From providing woodfibre and other raw materials to energy and logistics, they support us in making the everyday products that our customers need worldwide.
Sappi has achieved a major industry first in South Africa and a win for sustainable forestry in the country.
Curious about how Sappi operates in Europe? About our impact on European forests and how we source the woodfibre in our products? We’re glad you’re here, and happy to explain.
Endemic to the forests of Southern Africa (Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe), the Pepper-bark tree (Warburgia salutaris) is considered Endangered at the global level according to the IUCN Red List.

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