Sustainability is one of Metso Outotec’s key strategic priorities. We are committed to limiting global warming to 1.5°C with science-based targets.
Planet Positive is our all-encompassing approach to sustainability. It covers the environmental, social and financial aspects of sustainability. Planet Positive efforts enforce our purpose to enable sustainable modern life.
We focus on the positive impact on the environment and people through further growing our sustainable offering. We also focus on minimizing the environmental impact of our own operations and supply chain to diminish our ecological footprint. Our sustainability pages offers insights and concrete actions on each.
Our strategy identifies sustainability as a one of our top priorities. In line with the wider strategy work, we have developed a more comprehensive sustainability strategy. We are striving for a net positive impact on the planet and we are committed to limiting global warming to 1.5 °C.
Our sustainability agenda consists of focus areas for our handprint and footprint. Handprint is the positive impact we make on the environment and people through our offering. With our sustainable offering we help our customers improve their environmental efficiency, productivity and reduce risks.
Our footprint is the impact of our own operations on the environment. We are aiming for our footprint to be as small and harmless as possible.
We drive supplier sustainability development through many different actions. Here we share the highlights of actions taken in 2020.
Read our first scenario analysis done within the TCFD framework, identifying our threats and opportunities that result from global warming.
Safety is one of our sustainability priorities. In this post, we share our actions and outcomes of 2020.
In this post, we take a look at how Metso Outotec can help its customers towards more sustainable operations in practice.
In 2020, we reduced the CO2 emissions from our own operations by a substantial 60% compared to 2019. Read how this was achieved.
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From benchmark studies to long-term targets and action plans. Our goal is to integrate sustainability into all our procurement processes.
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