Corporate responsibility reporting

Atria Corporate Responsibility report describes the impact Atria has on its operating environment and, through its numerous important stakeholders, on society as a whole. The report gives an account of the key events, results and effects from the perspective of corporate responsibility, and illustrates how Atria takes corporate responsibility into account in its current and future operations.

As the basis for its reporting, Atria uses the international Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards, in which corporate responsibility is viewed from the perspective of economic, social and environmental responsibility. Atria has selected from the GRI guidelines the measurements and indicators that are essential for its operations and stakeholders. The Atria Corporate Responsibility Report 2019 also compares the scope of the report with environmental, social and governance (ESG) indicators, the UN Global Compact goals and the Sustainable Development Goals.

The CSR report is complementary to Atria Annual Report where governance, realisation of strategy and financial indicators have been reported.

Atria’s first Corporate Responsibility Report was published in 2009.

Atria Corporate Responsibility Report 2019

Atria Corporate Responsibility Report 2018

Atria Corporate Responsibility Report 2017

Atria corporate responsibility report 2016

Atria Corporate Responsibility Report 2015   

Atria Corporate Responsibility Report 2014