Sustainable management of our forestry assets is ensured through various undertakings taken by our asset managers. Through our charter of sustainable forestry management, we namely state the guiding principles which must guide forestry management with a focus on ecological factors e.g. maintaining forests’ good health, fostering biodiversity (notably through its “Natura 2000” membership), protection protected areas, preservation of high cultural-value sites and landscapes as well as ecological quality of maintenance.
Our ”green work” charter also includes guiding principles of sustainable management , such as the limitation of construction work’s direct and indirect impact on its environment. It also has a social component, e.g. preserving a wholesome environment for inhabitants. Limitation of the use of natural resources is also a primary concern.