Editor’s pickStora Enso appoints Annette Stube as Head of Sustainability
Annette Stube, EVP, Head of Sustainability at Store Enso
Stora Enso has appointed Annette Stube as EVP, Head of Sustainability and a member of the Group Leadership Team. She will start on 1 September 2020.
Annette Stube is a Danish citizen who joins from a position as Head of Sustainability in A.P. Moller–Maersk, an integrated transport and logistics company. Previously she has worked as Director of Sustainability programmes in the global healthcare company Novo Nordisk. She has a master’s degree in psychology and an Executive Board Education from Copenhagen Business School. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Finnish energy company Fortum.
Annette Stube succeeds Stora Enso’s current Head of Sustainability Noel Morrin who retires in the end of year 2020. Noel Morrin joined Stora Enso in 2015.
“I would like to extend my warmest thanks to Noel for his valuable and committed work for Stora Enso. He has played an essential role in setting an ambitious sustainability agenda for Stora Enso and taking the Group’s sustainability reporting to a high level. We have set ambitious targets to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and seen good progress in that during the past years,” said Stora Enso’s President and CEO Annica Bresky.
“I am happy to welcome Annette Stube to our leadership team. Her experience in pioneering and leading sustainability work in global organizations is very valuable and will support us in our continued transformation as “The renewable materials company”. Her background in developing sustainability-based business opportunities and innovations will also strengthen us,” continued Bresky.
“I am happy to join Stora Enso, a true sustainability front-runner. Stora Enso is uniquely positioned as a solution provider in a low-carbon, circular bioeconomy with renewable raw materials, having sustainability at the core of its strategy. Standing on solid sustainability governance and high-quality reporting, Stora Enso is ready to take the next step,” said Stube.