Climate and Nature

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Reporting period

The Sustainability section includes information from the combined entity for 12 months (DSM and Firmenich are reported as of 1 January 2023). The sustainability data in this Report cover all entities that belong to the scope of the Consolidated financial statements. If this is not the case this is mentioned specifically. As this is the first year of reporting for dsm-firmenich, no comparative data is available for 2022. For more information, see Sustainability statements.

Climate and Nature are two sides of the same coin. The loss of our natural ecosystems and the climate crisis are interconnected issues, and they need to be tackled together. The extreme climate impacts we see around the world today – warmer temperatures, drought, rising sea levels – these, and other extreme consequences of climate change, are contributing to an unprecedented destruction of biodiversity and the loss of the natural resources on which we all depend. At dsm-firmenich we are increasingly looking at Climate and Nature as one interlinked topic to ensure we develop the required solutions with an equally interlinked approach.

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