BRAZIL


FIBRIA´S CARBON MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES

CASE STUDIES

FIBRIA CELULOSE S.A.

Fibria has inventoried its greenhouse gases (GHGs) since 2005. In 2010, it became the first forestry company in the world to integrate carbon management across its supply chain through the Carbon Disclosure Project's Supply Chain programme and participate on the Carbon Efficient Index (ICO2) from the Brazilian stock exchange, BMF&BOVESPA.

Fibria´s work on carbon footprint disclosure has not only provided quantitative results. It has also helped to develop best practices derived from GHG Protocol and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) methodologies. 

In its first assessment in 2008, Fibria used the widest boundaries it could identify, from the nurseries where seedlings are produced to the main international ports where Fibria’s pulp is delivered. The company followed a wide understanding regarding what should be considered direct and indirect emissions. The carbon inventory has became a powerful management tool, and has improved dialogue with stakeholders, suppliers and customers. Results so far have motivated the company to develop its influence in the supply chain, expanding carbon management and climate change awareness in small, medium and large companies. Read more.



Keywords:

Carbon Market / Carbon Sequestration


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Responsible plantation management has brought real benefits to people and nature. These case studies demonstrate how.

Disclaimer: While the NGP platform acknowledges the progress on plantation management presented in the case studies, it recognizes that not all aspects of NGP are necessarily used in the examples. For an overview of the participants' plantations management practices you can read more here.