To find out more about our sustainability commitments, targets, and actions, please see our Sustainability Report 2021

Pioneering design embraces sustainability – from ideation to sourcing, manufacturing, and business development. We want to offer inspiring and disruptive alternatives for throwaway culture. We make the everyday extraordinary and create positive experiences for our stakeholders. We foster an inclusive culture and understand that to flourish, innovation requires different perspectives.

Each link in our value chain is an opportunity for us to become better, more thoughtful, more sustainable from an environmental, economic, and societal point of view.

Our two commitments, pioneering design against throwaway culture and making the everyday extraordinary, guide all our decisions and we monitor our progress frequently at all levels of the company.

Our targets

Environmental: Pioneering design against throwaway culture

1) A majority of our net sales comes from circular products and services by 2030

2) GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions
– from own operations (Scope 1 and 2) reduced by 60% from a 2017 base year by 2030
– from transportation and distribution (Scope 3) reduced by 30% from a 2018 base year by 2030

3) 60% of our suppliers by spend covering purchased goods and services will have science-based targets by 2024

Social: Making the everyday extraordinary

1) Zero harm with zero LTAF (Lost time accident frequency)

2) Diversity, equality, and inclusion KPI (This target will be defined soon)

Fiskars Group awarded highest A score for its climate work

We are honored to have earned a place on CDP’s Climate Change A List in 2022. This recognition has been given thanks to our transparent reporting and ambitious climate work.

CDP is a global environmental non-profit organization that collects, analyzes and scores companies’ sustainability actions and targets. This year nearly 15,000 companies took part in CDP’s questionnaire, and less than 300 companies achieved the best A rating for their climate work. The rating is based on the comprehensiveness of disclosure, awareness and management of environmental risks and demonstration of

We are honored to have earned a place on CDP’s Climate Change A List in 2022. This recognition has been given thanks to our transparent reporting and ambitious climate work.

CDP is a global environmental non-profit organization that collects, analyzes and scores companies’ sustainability actions and targets. This year nearly 15,000 companies took part in CDP’s questionnaire, and less than 300 companies achieved the best A rating for their climate work. The rating is based on the comprehensiveness of disclosure, awareness and management of environmental risks and demonstration of best practices associated with environmental leadership, such as setting ambitious and meaningful targets.

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Fiskars Group invests circa EUR 10 million in Finland – emissions from Iittala glass factory reduced by 74%

Our target is to reduce climate emissions by increasing operational efficiency and investing in renewable energy. As part of this target, we are making an energy investment of approximately EUR 10 million in our Iittala glass factory in Hämeenlinna, Finland, where Iittala’s iconic glass products are manufactured for sale in Finland and globally.

We will replace Iittala glass factory’s existing, natural gas powered furnaces with electricity-powered furnaces. These new furnaces incorporate high technology solutions and will use renewable energy. The project will start in 2023 and
Our target is to reduce climate emissions by increasing operational efficiency and investing in renewable energy. As part of this target, we are making an energy investment of approximately EUR 10 million in our Iittala glass factory in Hämeenlinna, Finland, where Iittala’s iconic glass products are manufactured for sale in Finland and globally.

We will replace Iittala glass factory’s existing, natural gas powered furnaces with electricity-powered furnaces. These new furnaces incorporate high technology solutions and will use renewable energy. The project will start in 2023 and be completed during 2026. With this investment, the glass factory will reduce its annual carbon dioxide emissions by 74 per cent by the end of 2026.

In addition to reducing the factory’s carbon dioxide emissions, the new furnaces will also decrease the energy consumption of the glass melting furnaces by 67%. The furnaces are responsible for most of the factory’s total energy consumption. Also the plant’s nitrogen oxide and fine particle emissions will be significantly reduced.

The Iittala glass factory, founded in 1881, is the only glass factory still in operation in Finland. It employs around 200 people in Hämeenlinna.

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Fiskars Group has achieved a Platinum level sustainability rating from EcoVadis

EcoVadis is a trusted provider of business sustainability ratings assessing companies based on their performance in environmental issues, labor & human rights, ethics, and sustainable procurement.

The methodology utilizes international sustainability standards, and it’s supervised by a scientific committee of sustainability and supply chain experts to ensure reliable third-party sustainability assessments. The Platinum EcoVadis Medal places Fiskars Group among the top 1 percent of the companies assessed in our industry.

We are proud of the award and will work rele
EcoVadis is a trusted provider of business sustainability ratings assessing companies based on their performance in environmental issues, labor & human rights, ethics, and sustainable procurement.

The methodology utilizes international sustainability standards, and it’s supervised by a scientific committee of sustainability and supply chain experts to ensure reliable third-party sustainability assessments. The Platinum EcoVadis Medal places Fiskars Group among the top 1 percent of the companies assessed in our industry.

We are proud of the award and will work relentlessly also in the future to continue to improve our sustainability performance.



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Sustainability contacts

Kati Ihamäki

VP, Sustainability

Keilaniementie 10
P.O. Box 91, FI-02151 Espoo, Finland

Tel. +358 40 582 2107
kati.ihamaki@fiskars.com

Juulia Rantala

Sustainability Manager

Fiskars Group
Keilaniementie 10
P.O. Box 91, FI-02151 Espoo, Finland

Tel. +358 50 3360 897
juulia.rantala@fiskars.com

Managing sustainability

To ensure clear responsibilities and focus, Fiskars Group has a governance model on how sustainability is managed throughout the company.

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