||Type of dialogue
|External viewpoints, information meetings, environmental reports, materiality analysis.
||Emissions to air and water, events and plans
for the future at plants, planning forestry, nature conservation issues.
|Sustainability report, dialogue for understanding, measures to reduce disruptions, sponsorship of local activities, collaboration projects.
|Ongoing contacts and collaboration, networks,
|Talent requirements, content of training, work
placements, the company’s strategies, talent
management activities, industry issues.
|Dialogue between business and education, a stronger recruitment base, wider range of technical training, designing upper secondary school programmes.
|Contacts with county administrative boards/ municipalities, statutory environmental reports, scrutiny for production permits, consultation,
harvesting reports, representations.
|Emissions to air and water, noise, energy, land
issues, waste, use of chemicals, protecting the natural and cultural environment in forestry, delimiting nature conservation initiatives.
|Better understanding of each other’s points of view on environmental issues, new production permits,
go-ahead on key biotopes from Swedish Forest Agency.
|On-site visits and other kinds of dialogue in
conjunction with audits, social issues in working groups for standard audits.
|Legislation and criteria of the standard in question.
||Certification for operations, designing new standards.
| Industry organisations
||Information meetings, working groups, board work, inquiries, development work, consultation on legislation.
||Legislation, standardisation, sustainability, circular economy, waste directive, bio-based products, industry targets, policies and strategies.
||Industry information, shared targets, development
activities, representation in EU working groups, response to consultation, designing new standards.