Sustainability is an integrated part of Scania’s work. We are committed to transparent sustainability reporting. Our aim is to provide our stakeholders with regular and relevant information about our sustainability efforts.
On this page you can find links and reading directions for more info on different parts of Scania’s Sustainability report.
This page gives reading guidance on the different parts of the sustainability report including guidance on which part of the report that is audited.
Reporting principles page 158-159
This page gives a description of the principles and scope used for the sustainability report.
TCFD index page 164
Scania recognises the importance of TCFD and has started the journey to integrate TCFD in its reporting. A TCFD index on where to find information on the recommended disclosures can be found here.
Annual Accounts Act (ARL 6 kap 12 a §) and the Taxonomy Regulation states that companies covered by the Non-Financial Reporting Directive must report on how and to what extent the company’s activities are associated with economic activities that are considered to be environmentally sustainable according to the technical screening criteria. More information including Scania’s level of eligibility can be found here.
GRI index pages 161-163
The Global Reporting Initiative is a voluntary framework that sets out principles and indicators for measuring and reporting economic, environmental and social performance. This report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core option. The GRI index is subject to a limited assurance assessment.
Auditors report page 173
The Auditor’s Limited Assurance Report can be found here.