b'2023 AusLSAOUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY OUR GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITY SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:PROFILE KWM has a board-approved Climate Change & SustainabilityKWM has a leading social impact practice known as CommunityRisk is a major focus within the firm to ensure that we strategy in place for 2022-2024.Impact. We work in trusted partnerships with community-ledsafeguard our ability to provide a high level quality service to Under this strategy we have implemented an AEMS-certifiedorganisations, emerging leaders and respected advocates to furtherour clients at all times. We have a dedicated Risk Group who Environmental Management System that includes anstrengthen communities through strategic legal, justice & advisoryhas carriage of the day to day management of risk. The Risk Environmental Management Plan (EMP) containing details ofprojects, holistic pathways programs and targeted grants. Group is overseen by the Global Head of Risk and the Risk all initiatives to reduce the firms environmental impacts. TheCommunity Impact is guided by a new 5 year strategy titled StandingCommittee which is a sub committee of our Board.The plan focusses on KWMs highest impact activities includingStrong & Tall Together.We recognise that how we work is asGlobal Head of Risk regularly reports to the firm on the energy use and business travel, and contains control measuressignificant as the work itself. The development and commitment tocurrent and potential risk issues, promoting awareness and such as:genuine and trusted partnerships with community is the foundationtransparency of risks faced across office network globally of our work and is key to real change. Critically, we are guided in ourand informs the focus of our internal risk management energy efficiency, staff behaviour-change and variouswork by our First Nations Youth Council and our Elders in Residence.training.Our Risk Management Policy is based on ISO 31000 reduction initiatives In doing so, we centre the authority and leadership of community.- Risk Management Principles and Guidelines. policy development in areas such as sustainableWith the privilege of receiving this legitimacy and direction comesABOUT SUPPLIER PROGRAMSprocurement and business travel. our commitment to accountability and action.King & Wood Mallesons has a commitment to developing KWM is Certified Carbon Neutral (under Climate Active) fromKey data from FY23:and implementing sustainable business practices to minimise FY22 and has committed to set net-zero targetsKWM delivered 44,131 hours of pro bono legal work, equating toour environmental impact. We require our suppliers to encompassing both near and long-term targets, in line with45 hours per lawyer. demonstrate their commitment to the environment and to the goals of the Paris Agreement, validated by the SBTi. WeOur people donated 2,596 volunteering hourswork with us to reduce the environmental impact of the have also committed to use 100% renewable electricity in allAs at 30 June 2023, DigDeep, KWMs workplace giving program,commercial relationship. In the same way we work with our tenancies in Australia by 2024.exceeded $15M in donations.clients to produce sustainable outcomes.In FY23, KWM raised and donated over $630,110.76 through DigDeep CLIMATEINDIGENOUSCODE OF CONDUCT ACTIONRECONCILIATION /RISK MANAGEMENTINITIATIVES:TelecommutingGreen Star rated buildings 4-6 starEnergy efficientINITIATIVES: refits undertakenNational Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGERs) Reconciliation Action PlanCultural awareness trainingNAIDOC Week compliant reportingSpecify energy efficient appliances National Reconciliation WeekInternships and employmentScholarships andTeleconferencing facilities and trainingEarth HourEnd of tripstudent mentoringFirst Nations ProcurementPro bono support facilitiesClimate Active ProgramNABERSs Energy Rating Volunteering and secondmentsCollaboration for reconciliationClimate Active - Carbon NeutralEfficient building and lighting Funding and donationsSupply Nation MembershipautomationForced computer shutdownVoluntary Carbon Offsets SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY NON LEGAL CHAIN MANAGEMENTGROSS EMISSIONS %4,402t - 3.2t per employee VOLUNTEERING0.60% 0.49% 1,789t INITIATIVES: 41%NFP BoardsOrganised staff volunteeringPaid volunteer timeBlood donationsStudent tutoring and mentoringSecondments to NFPsSkilled volunteering programArts support SUPPLIER STANDARDS COVER: 56% 2.8%Human rightsEnvironmental impactsFair labour practices 2,613tCommunity developmentIndigenous inclusionGender equality 59% CHARITABLE Modern SlaveryDiversity and InclusionFraud bribery & corruption1 .8t/e e 0 . 0 9t/e e e 35%oy e m lo yGIVINGpl pmSUSTAINABILITY 0% 100%REPORTINGINITIATIVES:Firm donation programWorkplace givingMatched fundingfor employee donationsInternal appeals and collectionsExternal charity events and appealsHost external charity events REPORTING COVERS:NET EMISSIONSCDP Reporting0t -0t per employeeLEGAL ENVIRONMENTAL PRO BONO MANAGEMENT These icons provide limited information about the firms legal pro bono commitment. More extensive information is reported by the Australian Pro Bono INITIATIVES:Centre and on individual firms websites. Office green teams Click for further information from AusLSA:RECYCLING100% 100% 100% 100% OFFICESPAPER53,409 21% USAGE 3 R8 e tk g/employ e e cycled cont e nINITIATIVES:Paperlite office programGreen accredited paper purchase specificationFollow me printingRecycled paper purchase specificationPAPER CERTIFICATION:NCOS Certified Carbon Neutral117'