MAP2030 (Mondi Action Plan 2030) sets out the actions we will take to meet our ambitious 2030 sustainability goals. We believe that by focusing on circular driven solutions, created by empowered people, taking action on climate we will have the most positive impact.

MAP2030 is built on a foundation of responsible business practices spanning business ethics and governance, human rights, communities, procurement and environmental impact. Each area has commitments and targets to guide our action, including work on human rights due diligence; ongoing investment in our communities; 100% of wood fibre compliant with credible standards; and detailed air emission and water targets to minimise our environmental impact.

Read on to see our commitments and targets, and the responsible business practices that support them.

  • Circular driven solutions Innovative packaging and paper solutions that keep materials in circulation and prevent waste

     

    Commitments Targets
    Make our packaging and paper solutions reusable, recyclable or compostable
    • 100% of our products are reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025
    Avoid waste by keeping materials in circulation
    • Eliminate waste to landfill from our manufacturing processes
    Work with others to eliminate unsustainable packaging
    • Progress made through our partnerships and stakeholder engagement activities every year

     

  • Empowered people An empowered and inclusive team that contributes to a better world

     

    Commitments Targets
    Build skills that support long-term employability
    • Enable our employees to participate in upskilling programmes
    Provide purposeful employment for all of us in a diverse and inclusive workplace
    • Achieve 90% Purpose Satisfaction score in our employee survey
    • Achieve 90% Inclusiveness score in our employee survey
    • Employ 30% women across Mondi
    Create an environment that enables a positive worklife experience, valuing our safety, health and mental wellbeing
    • Zero fatalities and life-altering injuries
    • 15% reduction of total recordable case rate
    • Support our employees in pursuit of a work-life experience that enhances their wellbeing
    • Our operations drive awareness of and take measures to improve health and mental wellbeing

     

  • Action on climate Climate resilience through our forests and operations for the future of the planet

     

    Commitments Targets
    Reduce our greenhouse gas emissions in line with sciencebased targets
    • Reduce our Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 34% per tonne of saleable production by 2025 and 72% by 2050 from a 2014 base year
    • Reduce Scope 2 GHG emissions by 39% per MWh by 2025 and by 86% by 2050 from a 2014 base year
    • A science-based Scope 3 reduction target set by 2025
    Maintain zero deforestation in our wood supply, sourcing from healthy and resilient forests
    • Maintain 100% FSC certification in our own forest landholdings
    • 100% responsibly sourced fibre with 75% certified FSC / PEFC fibre procured by 2025 and the remainder being controlled wood
    • Implement leading forestry measures to ensure productive, healthy and resilient forests
    Safeguard biodiversity and water resources in our operations and beyond
    • Conduct water stewardship assessments at our mills and forest operations by 2025, and implement required actions to address the findings by 2030
    • Conduct biodiversity assessments at our mills and forest operations, introducing biodiversity action plans where necessary by 2025
  • Responsible business practices Business ethics & governance | Human rights | Communities | Procurement | Environmental impact

    Business ethics & governance

    Commitments Targets
    A revised SD training and audit scheme will be introduced to prevent the occurrence of non-compliances
    • Implement a Governance Operating Standard in 2021
    • Train auditors by 2022 
    Compliance audits at all our mills by 2025 and at all our converting operations by 2030
    • Conduct compliance audits at all mills by 2025
    • Conduct compliance audits at all converting operations by 2030
    • Management review and measurements to improve audit scores by 2022, ongoing process thereafter
    Employees will be trained on relevant sustainability topics
    • Training needs identified by 2022
    • Relevant training developed and implemented as an ongoing process
    Sustainability assessment criteria developed by 2021 which will be applied for 100% of our CAPEX investments >500k EUR from 2022
    • Identify relevant metrics (e.g. GHG emissions, waste to landfill, water)
    • Implement processes to integrate into investment decision-making  

    Human rights 

    Commitments Targets
    Strengthen governance systems to prevent human rights violations and remedy any adverse impacts
    • Develop the due diligence and risk assessment methodology and guidance with the support of Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) by end of 2021
    • 100% of operations with a completed human rights due diligence & risk assessment, and action plan in place to address findings by 2025
    • 100% of operations to have addressed their human rights impacts (investigate, prevent future occurrences and remedy adverse impacts) by 2030

    Communities

    Commitments Targets
    Invest a minimum of 1% of profit-before-tax in social investments annually, with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education, environmental protection, enterprise support and job creation
    • Group spend as a % of profit-before-tax annually, in strategic categories named above (target: >1% annually for Group)

    Procurement

    Commitments Targets
    We mitigate risks and create greater transparency in our supply chains through our responsible procurement process
    • We will minimise the supplier risk ratio year-on-year.  Supplier risk ratio = (Total number of residual high-risk suppliers)/(Total number of suppliers screened)
    Ensure that all our wood fibre (round wood, wood chips and market pulp) is sourced solely from credible wood sources
    • Maintain 100% of wood fibre compliant with credible standards (FSC, PEFC, or controlled wood)
    • Maintain 100% FSC-certified fibre from high-risk countries
      exception: countries where Mondi has local operations and expertise (i.e. Russia, Bulgaria)
    • 100% PEFC or FSC certified market pulp
    • 100% PEFC or FSC Chain-of-Custody certification for our pulp and paper mills
    • We will continue to work with certification bodies to ensure credibility of the certification and controlled wood systems

    Environmental impact

    Commitments Targets
    We will continually work on improving the environmental performance of our operations to minimise environmental impacts
    • Reduce specific waste to landfill by 20% by 2025 compared to a 2020 baseline
    • 100% of our operations will be certified according to globally accepted environmental standards equivalent to ISO 14001 by 2025
    • Reduce specific NOx emissions from our pulp and paper mills by 5% by 2025 compared to a 2020 baseline
    • Reduce specific effluent load to the environment (measure COD) by 5% by 2025 compared to a 2020 baseline
    • Reduce specific contact water consumption of our pulp and paper mills in water stressed areas by 5% by 2025 compared to a 2020 baseline

     

     

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Watch the video to learn more about the context of MAP2030 and Mondi’s sustainability commitments