Governance – Fibria


To fulfill its commitment to respect nature and people’s well-being, Fibria maintains a sustainability strategy that permeates its entire operations – and whose governance is directly linked to the company’s Board of Directors and Executive Officers. The goal is to ensure a coherent operational model in all business phases, from managing planted forests and dialoguing with stakeholders to producing and delivering pulp to end consumers.

Learn more by reading our Sustainability Policy.

Fibria’s governance structure includes the Sustainability Committee, the Systemic Sustainability Evaluation Commission (CASS) and Local Relationship Commissions (CRL), which handle all aspects related to business impacts, keeping in mind the company’s long-term results and image and reputation.

Sustainability Committee

Fibria’s Sustainability Committee is a collective advisory body formed by external experts that was created by the Board of Directors, with the following duties and responsibilities:

  • To advise the Board of Directors through analyses and recommendations on incorporating sustainability into Fibria’s strategic positioning, risks, opportunities and measures associated with matters that could have a significant impact on the business in the short, medium and long run.
  • To analyze and make recommendations on the long-term sustainability goals, and evaluating performance in relation to these goals on an annual basis.
  • To analyze periodically the strategies, actions and projects associated with the company’s sustainability, evaluating their efficiency in relation to the positioning and goals.
  • To evaluate periodically the actions and quality of stakeholder relations, as well as the evolution of its image and reputation, making the associated recommendations.


For more information on the members of the Committee and its internal rules, go to Investors Relations.

Sustainability Systemic Evaluation Commission (CASS)

CASS is formed by a multidisciplinary internal team of managers from various departments of the company and serves as a forum for analyzing strategic, transversal, controversial, recurring and medium- and long-term topics.

The group assesses issues systemically, dynamically and on an integrated basis, seeking to capture synergies in the projects developed by areas to act as a facilitator in the integration and implementation of the company’s sustainability strategy.

Local Relationship Commission (CRL)

Permanent dialogue with local communities is a fundamental part of Fibria’s sustainability strategy. Part of this effort is conducted by the Local Relationship Commission (CRL), which is a component of the company’s governance model that is present at all units. Its duties include aligning the community relations strategy with the industrial and forestry units, recommending and monitoring projects and programs for the Annual Socioenvironmental Investment Plan and monitoring key social issues and conflicts in the operational area of each unit.


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