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PARTICIPATION BY SECTOR

GRI 102-13

Klabin’s participation in national and international associations and organizations as an associate, committee or commission member, and as a member of the entities’ boards strengthens the company’s sustainability governance and commitment to the open dialogue with all stakeholders.

Through its certification system, FSC acknowledges the responsible production of forest products. Klabin was the first company in the paper and cellulose sector in the Americas to have its forests certified by the FSC® (FSC-C022516) – Forest Stewardship Council®, in 1988. In 2019, Klabin’s Forestry Sustainability consultant, Ivone Namikawa, was elected as a member of the FSC ® (Forest Stewardship Council®) International Governing Board. The FSC® the most renowned forest certification system in the world. It incorporates, on an equal basis, the interests of social, environmental and economic groups.

Sectoral entities, associations and unions Participation in governance bodies Participation in committees Contribution Amount (R$)
Brazilian Tree Industry x x  R$ 2.104.104,56
Brazilian Technical Association of Pulp and Pape x  R$ 39.200,00
Brazilian Packaging Association x  –
SAP Users Association of Brazil x  R$ 3.500,00
Paraná Pulp and Paper Industry Union x  R$ 100.392,90
São Paulo State Cardboard Industry Union x  R$ 132.706,00
São Paulo State Paper, Pulp, and Wood Pulp Industry Union x  R$ 147.170,00
Paraná Association of Forestry-based Companies x  R$ 105.130,27
São Paulo Association of Planted Forest Producers x R$ 12.495,00
Association of Owners of Private Reserves of Natural Heritage of Santa Catarina x  R$ 598,00
Working Group for Environmental Education of River Basin Region 4 of the state of Santa Catarina x  –
Agencia de Desenvolvimento da Cadeia da Madeira do Médio Rio Tibagi x  R$ 138.896,92
Santa Catarina Association of Forestry Companies x R$ 115.305,67
Research partnerships in Brazil
Forest Studies and Research Institute (IPEF) x x R$ 461.946,82
Society for Forest Research – Universidade Federal de Viçosa x x R$ 748.505,68
FGV – Center for Sustainability Studies x x R$ 4.049,00
Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina (Udesc) x x  –
Universidade Estadual de Ponta Grossa x  –
Universidade Federal de Campina Grande x  –
Universidade Federal de Lavras x  –
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro x  –
Paraná Forestry Research Foundation Association x  R$ 7.900,00
Research Project for the Management of Capuchin Monkeys in Forest Plantations x  R$ 103.830,00
Other entities
Management Committee of the Canoas River Basin x  –
Tibagi River Basin Committee x  –
Consortium for Environmental Protection of the Tibagi River (COPATI) x  R$ 87.835,75
Global Compact – Thematic Group on Energy and Climate x  R$ 64.995,00
National Energy Balance x  –
Business Commitment to Recycling x  R$ 139.900,00
FSC International x x  R$ 16.825,95
Forest Dialogue– PR/SC Forum x  R$ 15.840,00
Forest Dialogue – SP Forum x R$ 7.200,00
National Forest Dialogue x  R$ 48.088,13
The Forests Dialogue x x  R$ 77.580,00
Overseas research partnerships
Forest Productivity Cooperative (FPC) x  R$ 104.475,00
Cooperativa Central America and Mexico Coniferous Resources (Camcore), Carolina do Norte (EUA) x x  R$ 131.120,00
University of Toronto x  –
Melodea x  –
North Carolina State University (NCSU) x x  –
Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE) x x  –
Producers Committee – Tappi Nano x x  –
Oregon State University x  R$ 119.208,00
SweTree x  –
Trees for the future LLC x  R$ 227.240,00
TOTAL R$ 3.916.536,48

This calculation considers the total number of industrial units that have mapped themes related to human rights, being: Monte Alegre. Ortigueira, Otacílio Costa, Correia Pinto and Angatuba – which make up more than 80% in terms of operational representativeness