Corporate Responsibility Reporting

Sustainability is an integral part of Atria's strategy, business and everyday work

Atria's Corporate Responsibility Report describes how Atria makes a difference in its operating environment and, through its many important stakeholders, in society as a whole. The report describes the key events, actions and impacts of the past year from a corporate responsibility perspective and illustrates how Atria takes responsibility into account in its operations and its development.


Atria uses the international Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standard as the basis for its reporting, which addresses corporate responsibility from the perspectives of economic, social and environmental responsibility. Atria has selected the indicators and benchmarks from the GRI standard that are relevant for its own operations and those of its stakeholders. The Corporate Responsibility Report also mirrors the scope of reporting against the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) indicators, the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) principles and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


The Corporate Responsibility Report complements Atria's Annual Report, which reports on corporate governance, strategy execution and financial performance. Atria's first Corporate Responsibility Report was published in 2009.