Based on Clariant’s brand values of Performance, People, and Planet, the »Multicapital Review« describes Clariant’s progress in 2020 on the topics considered material to the company’s long-term business success. This review explains and discusses key performance indicators related to economic, social, and environmental topics.
Clariant’s first brand value, Performance, encompasses financial, intellectual, and manufactured capital value creation. By reporting progress on Innovation and Technological Advances, Digitalization, Product Stewardship/Sustainable Chemistry, procurement, and production – not just on the material topic of Growth and Profitability – Clariant demonstrates its holistic understanding of value creation.
Clariant’s People brand value embodies the value creation that originates in human and relationship capital. This encompasses achievements related to the material topics of Talent Attraction and Development; Employee Engagement; Occupational Health, Safety, and Well-being; Customer Relationships; Ethics and Compliance; Policy and Stakeholder Relations; Sustainability Performance in the Supply Chain; and Human Rights.
The brand value Planet encompasses Clariant’s value creation that results from responsible use of natural capital. Progress on the company’s environmental targets and on the material topics of Environmental Protection and Resources, Climate Change, and Circular Economy highlight this commitment.
Manufactured physical objects such as buildings, equipment, and products. These can include objects that are available to the company for use in the production of goods or the provision of services, or that the company produces for sale to customers or for its own use. View entire glossary
Key relationships, including those with significant groups of stakeholders and other networks. This can include shared values, the trust and willingness to engage, and related intangibles associated with the company’s brand and reputation. View entire glossary
Compliance is a key element of Corporate Governance. It refers to compliance with the law and directives as well as with voluntary codes within the company. View entire glossary
Stakeholders are people or groups whose interests are linked in various ways with those of a company. They include shareholders, business partners, employees, neighbors, and the community. View entire glossary
Renewable and nonrenewable environmental resources and processes that support the past, current, or future prosperity of the company or are affected by it. Examples can include resources related to air, water, and land that are utilized or impacted by emissions. View entire glossary