In 2021, we helped our customers with global challenges, as the significance of climate change mitigation and adaptation became ever more important topics around the world. During the year, we also received recognition for our sustainability. Vaisala excelled, as the world economy started to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
operating result (EBIT)
return of equity (ROE)
earnings per share (EPS)
The ESEF Financial Statements 2021 in zip format is available on our Investors page.
Vaisala's Remuneration report is also available on our Remuneration page.
Solving climate change and responding to other global megatrends are prerequisites for companies wanting to succeed in the future. Demand recovered and discourse on climate change increased in 2021 even amidst the pandemic.
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With our measurement solutions, our customers can make reliable decisions as well as enhance quality and productivity of their operations.
Solving some of the most difficult challenges of our time, Vaisala offers purposeful work, well-being, and learning for its employees.
Our measurement solutions enhance information, resource efficiency, and safety in societies.
Vaisala's sustainable business offers responsible returns for its investors.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Index
of purchases (spend) from ESG-rated suppliers
employees working on ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 certified sites
We have identified the most relevant UN Sustainable Development Goals for Vaisala. By integrating the goals to our strategy work, we can better assess our impacts on sustainable development and develop new business and sustainable business practices.
The global megatrends are transformational shifts that provide both a source for inspiration and opportunities for growth for Vaisala. Together with our customers, we can create solutions to the societal and environmental needs posed by these trends.
The EU Taxonomy Regulation requires companies falling within the scope of the Non-Financial Reporting Directive to report certain indicators on the extent to which their activities are sustainable as defined by the EU Taxonomy Regulation. There are six key objectives in the EU Taxonomy Regulation, out of which the first two are climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation.