b'2023 AusLSAOUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY OUR GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITY SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:PROFILE Moray & Agnews goal is to further our commitment to ensuringMoray & Agnew is committed to being a model corporate citizen, andMoray & Agnew has a well-defined responsibility framework our operations and processes minimise negative effects on ourto making a meaningful contribution to positive outcomes for thefor governance and regulatory compliance within the firm, environment. Our business has a small environmental footprintbroader community in which we operate. A commitment to achievingwhich includes the work of our managing partners, and our Environmental Policy is part of our broader corporatesustainable corporate and social outcomes is central to how the firmleadership and management teams. As part of this we have sustainability framework and approach which aligns with the ASconducts business and is a principal element in our delivery of legaldocumented decision making processes and authorities ISO 20400:2018 Guideline on Sustainable Procurement. We haveservices. In addition to our Pro Bono activities, one of the many CSRwhich include the identification, control and monitoring of a holistic strategy for environmental management and wheneverinitiatives Moray & Agnew actively supports in our community relatesrisks. These are embedded in Moray & Agnews possible, operate with a circular economy approach, accordingto the Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA). The firm has had an associationmanagement, operations, practices, and culture. Our to environmentally conscious measures that: with the CPA for a number of years, supporting the Cerebral Palsyprogramme encompasses our commitment to strategic minimise the use of resources and maximise re-use, includingAlliance Research Foundation and in particular the Australianpriorities and includes client service excellence, ethical recycling where possible Congenital Cytomegalovirus Register (ACMVR). The firm provides aconduct, legal professional obligations, business continuity, conform to all aspects of sustainable energy usage substantial donation towards the cost of two research assistants tooperational risk and assurance. We also have a Risk minimise the consumption of energy, water, paper and otherhelp establish and maintain the ACMVR which ensures research- Management Committee (RMC) which is tasked with material inputs based, clinical practice is implemented to protect children fromidentifying, mitigating, and managing all forms of risks. The minimise business-related travel at all times for both internallifelong disability and assists with the identification of strategies toRMC, reports to the firms National Executive, and in meetings and, where possible, for settlements, conferencesaid in the prevention of Cerebral Palsy. Moray & Agnew also supportsconsultation with the National Managing Partner is and mediations, and STEPtember, Australias leading health and wellness fundraisingresponsible for business continuity and compliance. minimise the generation of waste. event. We encourage our employees to remain highly mindful of the environmental impact of the resources used and to lessen Moray & Agnews environmental footprint by improving efficiency and increasing productivity. We carry out annual in-house audits to determine compliance with our waste elimination and reduction of CO2 emissions plan. Climate change and energy efficiency targets are set following audits of our usage.CLIMATEINDIGENOUSCODE OF CONDUCT ACTIONRECONCILIATION /RISK MANAGEMENTINITIATIVES:TelecommutingGreen Star rated buildings 4-6 starEnergy efficientINITIATIVES: refits undertakenSpecify energy efficient appliancesTeleconferencing NAIDOC WeekInternships and employmentScholarships and student facilities and trainingEnd of trip facilitiesNABERSs Energy RatingmentoringPro bono supportVolunteering and secondments Efficient building and lighting automationRenewable ElectricityGROSS EMISSIONS NON LEGAL 592t - 0.93t per employee VOLUNTEERING % SUSTAINABLE SUPPLYCHAIN MANAGEMENT0% 0.55% 518t INITIATIVES: 87%NFP BoardsBlood donations10.9% 0.74% CHARITABLENEWGIVING SUPPLIERS74t % ONLY0 0 12.5% SUPPLIER STANDARDS COVER: . 1 0t/e e e . 0 0 7t/e e em lo y m l yp poEnvironmental impactsIndigenous inclusionModern Slavery0% 0% INITIATIVES:Charitable foundationInternal appeals and collectionsExternal charity events and appealsHost external charity eventsNET EMISSIONS LEGAL 592t - 0.93t per employeePRO BONOThese icons provide limited information about the firms legal pro bono commitment. More extensive RECYCLING100% 100% 15.0% 40% information is reported by the Australian Pro BonoOFFICES Centre and on individual firms websites.Click for further information from AusLSA:PAPER29,550 42% USAGE 4 R7 e tk g/employ e e cycled cont e nINITIATIVES:Paperlite office programFollow me printingRecycled paper purchase specificationPAPER CERTIFICATION:Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) certifiedNCOS Certified Carbon Neutral129'