Long-Term Goals

Given the complexity of the existing challenges and opportunities, Suzano built its Sustainability Strategy in a collaborative manner, considering the numerous visions of its stakeholders. We are committed to expanding our role in the value chain and in society through our long-term goals, that guide our path over the next ten years, a period that the United Nations (UN) calls the Decade of Action.

After disclosing its Long-Term Goals (LTG), Suzano developed a governance model that allows for a systemic monitoring of the main indicators, risks, and opportunities related to the commitments made.

The governance structure consists of a group formed by Directors, responsible for the strategic management and critical analysis of the Goals, in addition to nine working groups, composed of representatives from several areas that work every day to ensure that all the commitments are met.

In 2020, we also made progress in integrating the sustainability strategy into the different fronts of our business by linking the 2021 objectives of the LTG to the variable pay of Directors and Managers. As a result, 100% of the Long-Term Goals were associated with the variable pay of the Executive Directors.

¹ LGBTI+: At Suzano, we chose to use the acronym LGBTI+, which stands for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transsexuals, intersexuals, and “+” symbolizing all other sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions.
Blacks: Terminology used by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), including Blacks and “Pardos”. In Brazil, “Pardo” is an ethnic and skin color category used by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in the Brazilian censuses.