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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.
Our teams are passionate about harvesting the power in and beyond trees for decarbonisation and CoCreating solutions with partners who share our ambition. Papierholz Austria is one of those partners.
We act as responsible stewards of water resources, reducing our water consumption and improving the quality of water we return to the environment. Read about our progress in Europe in 2021.
Sappi believes that the future of our planet relies on a well-educated and environmentally conscious society to be wise stewards of the environment that sustains us all.
Together with our partners, we’re developing applications with woodfibre never imagined before.
Long-lasting change comes from within individuals and within communities. Against this backdrop, in 2015, Sappi SA launched the Abashintshi (’Changers’ in isiZulu) programme.
As an anchor tenant in the rural space in Southern Africa, Sappi is acutely aware of the crucial role that rural women play in the agricultural labour force.
Sappi recognises the role of women and girls in science and sees them as activists and as agents of change, playing an important role in accelerating progress towards a better future for all.

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