b'2023 AusLSAOUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY OUR GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITY SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:PROFILE A founding member of the Australian Legal Sector AllianceWe firmly believe that lawyers dont merely have a duty to the courtSwaab has a formal policy on sustainability. The five pillars of (AUSLSA), an industry-led association with a mission to workand to their clients - we also have a duty to behave with the utmostthe firms sustainability initiative are people, community, collaboratively to promote sustainable practices across theintegrity and humanity. This belief runs through everything we do. Itsenvironment, pro bono and supply chain. Sustainability is legal sector. Swaab is committed to our initiatives, bothbecause we believe that actions speak louder than words that we doregarded as an integral part of our business management simple and complex, we have introduced stationery recyclingpro bono work, get involved in charity fundraising, promote socialpractice. We have a sustainability committee comprised of drives, waste recycling, and reducing power usage throughequity causes and do whatever we can to minimise our impact on thepartners and staff who take responsibility for each pillar of such initiatives as meeting room lighting reductions andenvironment. the sustainability initiative. We are signatory to the Law utilities such as follow me print to avoid unnecessary printing.Priorities include: Councils Diversity Equality Charter, Charter for the We continue to encourage a paper-lite approach toMinds Count Foundation Advancement of Women and Law9000 certified. encourage everyone to reduce paper use. LifeLineTour de CureLeukaemia Foundation CLIMATEINDIGENOUSCODE OF CONDUCT ACTIONRECONCILIATION /RISK MANAGEMENTINITIATIVES:TelecommutingGreen Star rated buildings 4-6 starEnergy efficientINITIATIVES: refits undertakenNational Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGERs) NAIDOC WeekPro bono supportcompliant reportingSpecify energy efficient appliancesTeleconferencing facilities and trainingEarth HourRide to Work DayEnd of trip facilitiesClimate Active ProgramNABERSs Energy RatingNON LEGALEfficient building and lighting automationVOLUNTEERING % SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY GROSS EMISSIONSCHAIN MANAGEMENT94t - 1.1t per employeeINITIATIVES: 0% 0.40%NFP BoardsOrganised staff volunteeringBlood donationsStudent tutoring and mentoringSecondments to NFPsSkilled volunteering programCPD for 78t community sector lawyers83%16.3% 0.90% CHARITABLE% SUPPLIER STANDARDS COVER: 16.2tGIVINGHuman rightsEnvironmental impactsFair labour practicesFair 0 0 17.2% consumer and competition practicesGender equalityDiversity and . 1 7t/e e e . 0 1 0t/e y e epo y plom l m InclusionINITIATIVES: 0% 0%Firm donation programCharitable foundationWorkplace givingMatched fundingfor employee donationsExternal charity events and appealsSUSTAINABILITYHost external charity eventsREPORTINGNET EMISSIONS LEGALREPORTING COVERS:94t - 1.1t per employeePRO BONOThese icons provide limited information about the firms legal pro bono commitment. More extensive ENVIRONMENTALinformation is reported by the Australian Pro BonoMANAGEMENT Centre and on individual firms websites.Click for further INITIATIVES:information from AusLSA: World Environment DayRECYCLING100% % % 100% OFFICESPAPER4,433 0.15% USAGE 5 R0 e ntmploy e e ccont ek g/e ycledINITIATIVES: PAPER CERTIFICATION:Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) certifiedPEFC Australian Forestry standard137'