On November 1, 2012, Resolute released its Sustainability Report for 2011 Performance. To learn about our commitments, achievements and progress, read our new Sustainability Report .
The report details Company efforts to balance environmental, social and economic considerations. The report also publicly introduces Resolute’s first Company-wide sustainability strategy which has three primary areas of focus:
Ensuring sustainability is one of our shared corporate values. Making sustainability an integral part of the way we do business is an essential element of our strategy to build a globally competitive company and deliver value to shareholders over the long term.
Resolute’s approach to sustainability has evolved over the past decade. Thanks to individual and group leadership, the Company has improved performance in areas such as health and safety, energy use and sustainable forest management.
We believe that being sustainable requires looking beyond compliance to mitigate our environmental and social impacts. Resolute considers working towards a balanced approach to our environmental, social and economic responsibilities will improve our long-term competitiveness.
Resolute believes that targets are an integral part of a sustainability strategy, and we will report annually on our progress towards meeting our commitments. Ensuring continuous improvement requires the use of SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound) targets. While some of the goals listed below meet this definition, others are still being refined. One of the main focuses of our Sustainability Committee will be to refine our sustainability commitments.
The Company has made a number of key commitments going forward, including:
Our definition of sustainability extends well beyond the traditional focus on environmental stewardship.
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Read our 2012 annual report