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% 100% 100% E N V I R O N M ENTAL MANA G E M E N T • CitySwitch Green Office • Green Star rated buildings 4-6 star • Earth Hour • World Environment Day INITIATIVES: LEGAL PRO BONO PRO BONO CENTRE TARGET C O R PORATE GIV I N G • Corporate donations • Staff giving • Matched giving INITIATIVES: • Boards • Non Legal volunteering programs INITIATIVES: • Cultural awareness training INITIATIVES: OFFICES P A PER USAG E 1 1 7 kg/emplo y e e 59,019kg 18.4% CERTIFICATION: • FSC • AFS • NCOS STRATEGY NON LEGAL VOLUNTEERING ACTIVITIES NON-PROFIT/ COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION TARGET MET CORPORATE GIVING PROGRAM POLICY IN DEV’T ENV. IMPROVEMENT TARGET POLICY G REENHOUSE GAS EMISSION S GROSS 3,242t – 6.4t/employee NET 873t – 1.7t/employee 3.6t 0.11% SCOPE ONE 0.00% 0.00% 0.11% 1,446t 45% SCOPE TWO 45% 0.01t/m 2 14.8% 0.03t/m 2 1,792t 55% SCOPE THREE 54% 3 . 5 t/employ e e 0.88% 0 . 0 6t/emplo y e e CARBON OFFSETS & RENEWABLES 14.8% 58% 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. 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 ms in Australia in our ability to deliver the ur global network to our clients in the local t. against the best practice in their sectors, our clients with the innovative legal law firm, together with commercial ed experience. dney in 1964, in Melbourne in 1982 rk seamlessly with our global y of more than 5,300 qualified ocations across 47 countries. ons in key practice areas nd co-ordinate an t cross-border Australia for nies. Floor Area: 14,208m2 Baker & McKenzie’s goal is to embed sustainability and environmental consciousness in local work practices and staff attitudes by: • devising and deploying effective sustainability programs and initiatives; • encouraging staff participation in both the development and implementation of environmental initiatives; • measuring, monitoring, reporting and improving environmental performance; and • providing ongoing training to encourage employees to reduce their environmental impact. Baker & McKenzie is a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact. The Ten Principles of the Compact align with our Firm’s values and are reflected in our strategy, culture and day to day operations. Baker & McKenzie is committed to reducing our environmental impact. Air travel emissions are 100% offset each year and GoldPower is purchased to supplement our electricity emissions to the value of 500 MWh. Our lawyers are actively encouraged to undertake pro bono work. The Firm is a signatory to the National Pro Bono Aspirational Target and provided almost 10,500 hours of pro bono legal services in FY17. Our pro bono programs focus on assisting a variety of clients including survivors of domestic violence, the elderly, asylum seekers, disadvantaged youth and those affected by cancer. All our staff have opportunities to participate in a variety of community service initiatives. Our community service programs include: the LEAPS literacy and mentoring program; the MacChat program run by the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, as well as the OzHarvest Cooking For a Cause program. Our staff also have the opportunity to join the firm’s Community Service Committees which are responsible for organising awareness and fundraising for each office’s nominated charities throughout the year. In FY17 our staff supported organisations such as the Refugee Advice & Casework Service (RACS), the Deafness Foundation, Mary’s House and Youth Projects