São Paulo, June 3, 2020 – Last Tuesday, Francisco Razzolini, Director of Industrial Technology, Innovation, Sustainability and Projects at Klabin, participated in CDP’s 2020 Global Workshop Series, an event in which leaders from around the world have come together to discuss issues related to sustainability, climate change and major environmental challenges.
He was one of the panelists at the Global Stakeholder Forum this week, alongside leaders in sustainability and finance, representatives from governments and CDP members from Brazil, France, the UK and US. The discussions revolved around the mobilization of continuous actions in light of the environmental risks, social issues and economic uncertainties, besides addressing the scale of global environmental crises and the importance of building a sustainable economy to ensure resilience amidst crises and to help in planning the future.
“Klabin is committed to the future. We will continue to deploy new technologies with less impact, improving the environmental performance of our products, the renewable content, recyclability and integration in a circular economy,” Razzolini affirmed during the panel.
CDP’s 2020 Global Workshop Series, held annually by CDP, takes place online from May to July. Lectures, panel discussions and workshops are webcast live through the event website: https://workshops.cdp.net/home
Klabin in CDP
This year, Klabin obtained the “leadership” classification in CDP for its Climate, Water and Forest programs, the first company in Latin America to achieve the leadership level in the three questionnaires submitted. CDP is an international non-profit organization that analyzes and recognizes the efforts of companies around the world in managing the environmental impacts of their operations.