OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: 17 AusLSA ABILITY PROFILE BACK TO NAVIGATION I N D I G ENOUS RECONCILI A T I O N RECYCLING 100% 100% 60% 100% E N V I R O N M ENTAL MANA G E M E N T • Green Star rated buildings 4-6 star • Earth Hour • Clean Up Australia Day • National Tree Day INITIATIVES: LEGAL PRO BONO The below icons provide limited information about the firm’s legal pro bono commitment. More extensive information is reported by the Australian Pro Bono Centre and on individual firm’s websites. PRO BONO CENTRE TARGET C O R PORATE GIV I N G • Corporate donations • Staff giving • Collection drives (eg: books, food, Christmas gifts) INITIATIVES: • Non Legal volunteering programs • Student mentoring • Community volunteering INITIATIVES: • Reconciliation Action Plan • Cultural awareness training • NAIDOC Week activities • Legal assistance through Ashurst's pro bono practice; legal secondment at NAAJA in Katherine, NT • Internship and employment programs • National Reconciliation Week activities INITIATIVES: OFFICES P A PER USAG E 1 0 3 kg/emplo y e e 103,645kg 0% CERTIFICATION: • FSC • AFS • NCOS NON LEGAL VOLUNTEERING ACTIVITIES TARGET MET ACTION PLAN LEVEL RAP INNOVATE CORPORATE GIVING PROGRAM POLICY PUBLISHED STRATEGY PUBLISHED PARTICIPATION IN CORPORATE GIVING IN DEV’T PARTICIPATION IN NON LEGAL VOLUNTEERING IN DEV’T POLICY 14.9t 0.24% 2,297t 36% 3,987t 63% G REENHOUSE GAS EMISSION S SCOPE ONE SCOPE TWO SCOPE THREE 36.5% 0.07t/m 2 0.00% 0.00t/m 2 0.00% 0.13% 0.11% 61% 3 . 8t/employ e e 2.2% 0 . 1 4t/employ e e GROSS 6,299t – 6.3t/employee NET 6,299t – 6.3t/employee Further information from AusLSA R e c ycled con t e n t % office availability N O N L E GAL VOLUNT E E R I N G ch history spanning almost 200 years. We d a number of referral relationships that a global network, combined with the ding of local markets. ading pro bono practice and aims to ono programmes in each office in s-border pro bono projects which tackle global and regional social s. ainable global law firm which oyees, clients, profession, n which we are based. Floor Area: 31,991m2 Ashurst recognises its responsibility to protect the environment by ensuring the sustainable use and disposal of scarce resources, and seeks to do so by managing its supply chain and consumption of resources. The firm takes a precautionary approach to environmental challenges. Ashurst aims to: (a) Apply the principles of sustainable development, namely, development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the resources of the future; (b) Strive to adopt the highest available environmental standards in all areas of operations; (c) Assist in developing solutions to environmental problems and support the development of public policy; and (d) Undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility and engage, educate and empower our people. Ashurst is also committed to being a sustainable global law firm which delivers positive impacts for our employees, clients, profession, environment and the communities in which we are based. Our global pro bono practice allows our lawyers to fulfill this obligation and meaningfully contribute to communities. The global Corporate Responsibility (CR) programme is separate from the firm’s global pro bono practice, which is run as a stand-alone legal practice, and from the firm’s diversity & inclusion programme. Our CR Programme is a reflection of our firm’s values – collaboration, excellence, innovation, integrity and accountability – in action. It engages our people in initiatives developed to positively contribute to our community in practical and meaningful ways. Projects fall within four focus areas: volunteering and giving; business community leadership; reconciliation; and environment.