Targets and Indicators

APRIL has identified a range of key indicators related to the company’s operations which are linked to the APRIL2030 targets. These indicators will be used to accurately measure its progress against quantified targets and support monitoring and reporting. Progress against these indicators will be published, providing transparency to stakeholders and the ability to assess APRIL’s performance against its targets.

Detailed information on the data and the methodologies used to calculate these indicators will be explained in a document to be made available. APRIL has used data from 2019 as the base year to evaluate and monitor progress against each target.

APRIL2030 INDICATORS

Climate Positive

Climate Positive

  • Greenhouse gas emission and removals from land use and land use change, measured as the net tCO2e emissions
  • Product emission intensity (gate-to-gate), measured in tCO2e/product tonne
  • Total energy consumption for mill
  • Renewable and cleaner energy consumption/total energy consumption, measured as a percentage
  • Total energy consumption for fiber operations
  • Renewable and cleaner sources consumption/total energy consumption, measured as a percentage
Thriving Landscapes

Thriving Landscapes

  • USD per delivered plantation fiber tonne per year, measured as USD per tonne fiber
  • Net change of conservation and restoration area, measured in hectares
  • Area of forest restored to increase potential habitat
  • Change in ecosystem services and values over time
  • Initiatives undertaken to support the conservation of priority, rare, threatened and endangered flora and fauna, measured by the number of initiatives undertaken
  • Number of multi-stakeholder initiatives established to support wildlife protection, measured as number of initiatives
  • Delivered MAI to the mill, measured in tonnes/ha/year
  • Number of work-years spent in collaboration with scientists from universities and research institutions, measured in work-years
  • Participation in national and international dialogues, workshops and conferences
  • Number of peer-reviewed scientific publications
Inclusive Progress

Inclusive Progress

  • Poverty rate in villages within 50 km of APRIL operations, measured as the ratio of number of people whose income falls below the poverty line (%)
  • Proportion of population with sustainable livelihood in focus villages within 50 km
  • For grade 2 and 3: increase in early grade reading and mathematics assessment, performance, measured by relevant scores (%);
  • For grade 4 and 8: increase in Indonesian National Assessment Program / AKSI performance (proportion of students meeting minimum level or increase in score)
  • For grade 9: increase in PISA performance (proportion of students meeting minimum level or increase in score), measured using PISA score
  • Households in focus villages that have access to health facilities that meet national standards, measured as the proportion of number of poor households in focus villages with access to primary healthcare in focus villages, measured as a percentage
  • Households in focus villages that have access to: healthy, safe drinking water, and proper sanitation measured as proportion of individuals, households and communities, measured as a percentage
  • Stunting prevalence among children below 5 years of age in target villages measured as a percentage
  • Nutrition status of pregnant women, measured through weight gain and Body Mass Index (BMI)
  • Number of breastfeeding mothers, measured as percentage
  • Awareness of parents for danger signs of common illnesses in children under five years of age, measured as percentage
  • Number of APRIL’s community development programs accessible to women, measured as a percentage
  • Percentage of female participants in APRIL’s community development programs
  • Number of women in leadership roles, measured as a percentage
  • Number of APRIL employees, supply partners, mill and nursery contractor workers that are female, measured as a percentage
Sustainable Growth

Sustainable Growth

  • Percentage chemical recovery of lime and soda, measured as recovery rate
  • Process water used per tonne of product, measured in m3/tonne product
  • Percentage of textile waste used per tonne of viscose produced
  • Volume of solid waste sent to landfill per product tonne, measured in bone dried metric tonne(BDMT)of waste per product tonne