It is by contributing to more open and well-informed societies that Bonnier can make the biggest imprint in sustainability.
As a family-owned company with a history spanning more than 200 years, we acknowledge that long-term vision is a starting point for how we run our business. We are responsible for the impact we have on the outside world, and we want to be a positive force in the communities in which we operate.
We want to contribute to a sustainable society. The world faces major challenges linked to health, equality and climate change, among others. The UN’s 17 sustainable development goals show the way forward regarding the three dimensions of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental.
Given our core business, we also feel a special responsibility to make our society more open, interesting, entertaining and well-informed. This is where Bonnier can
be of most value to sustainability.
We have identified five areas that are central to Bonnier’s work on sustainability and long-term social benefits.
The first area points to a unique obligation. Bonnier has carried it throughout its history, but it has become even more important and noticeable in recent years:
We share the other four areas with most forward-looking companies:
We regard open societies and freedom of speech as crucial sustainability issues. This is where Bonnier has great opportunities to make a difference. This is also where we make the biggest imprint.