Understanding materiality - significant impacts in the sector

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Publication | 21 May.2018

Understanding materiality - significant impacts in the sector

CEPI has worked with Deloitte to identify the sector’s significant impacts: what is material in pulp and paper industry.The assessment of the sector on the European level produced detailed matrices and Key Performance Indicators for the identified five most material issues.

One size doesn’t fit all: It is understood that each individual organization will have its own ranking of material topics – depending on its core business, its key markets, countries of operation and other specifics of the organisation.

Ultimately, one of the objectives of this process is to support CEPI’s members can run their own materiality analysis, starting with the industry-wide view presented here – and customizing it further to their own organisation. This is supported by a separate document, the ‘How to’ toolkit.

 

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