Creating value for society, people and the environment

With clear objectives and continuous work to integrate sustainability management throughout the business, Storskogen is taking steps toward sustainable operations throughout the value chain. 

Annual and Sustainability Report 2021

Three priority areas

Storskogen's sustainability work is based on a materiality analysis carried out in 2019 and stakeholder dialogue with owners, employees, customers, suppliers and local communities, in order to validate the Storskogen prioritised focus areas.

Responsible business

  • We have a strong focus on professionalism and business ethics.
  • We want to be a responsible owner by supporting our companies with competence and knowledge.
  • We integrate sustainability into our value chain.

Target: Storskogen shall ensure compliance with the Supplier Code of Conduct by 2025 at the latest.

Minimised environmental impact

  • We act to avoid negative impacts and strive to have a positive impact on the environment.
  • We use science-based climate targets to contribute toward the Paris Agreement.

Target: Storskogen shall halve emission intensity by 2030 compared to 2020, in line with the Paris Agreement, and reach net zero in 2045

A good employer and neighbour

  • We want to be an attractive employer that offers skill development and career opportunities.
  • We want to be an equal organisation that promotes diversity.
  • We work continuously to have safe and healthy workplaces.
  • We contribute to a thriving local community.

Targets are currently being developed.

Storskogen’s climate strategy

Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time and of course one of Storskogen’s most prioritised sustainability aspects. To ensure that Storskogen contributes to a low-carbon economy and continues to create value, we have a climate strategy.

Climate targets


KPI: 80 percent fossil free electricity
KPI: 100 percent of our companies set climate targets in line with the Group target.

Climate targets


Halved emission intensity 0.95 tCO2/MSEK
KPI: 100% fossil free electricity
Start to climate compensate for remaining emissions.

Climate targets


Net zero
Strive for net zero as far as possible (at least 85 percent) and compensate for the rest.

Progress in 2021

Change in CO2e emissions per SEK million turnover1)


1) Storskogen’s emissions intensity decreased by 16 percent during the year. One of the reasons for the reduced emission intensity is that Storskogen during the year acquired large industrial companies with low emissions in relation to sales. This has thus had a significant impact on Storskogen Group's total emission intensity.

Supporting the sustainability work in our companies is an important part of our vision to be the best owner for small and medium enterprises.

Amelie Nordin, Head of Sustainability

Whistleblowing service

Storskogen strives to maintain a transparent business climate and high business ethics. We value the safety and respect of everyone affected by our business. Our whistleblowing service allows you to anonymously sound the alarm if you suspect something that is not in line with our values and ethical principles or that may seriously affect our organisation or the life or health of an individual person. To ensure an anonymous means of communication, our whistleblowing service is administrated by an external service provider, WhistleB. All messages are encrypted.

Whistleblowing service

Contact for sustainability queries

Amelie Nordin
Head of Sustainability
E: amelie.nordin@storskogen.com