b'OPERATIONALISING THE SDGS THROUGH OUR UN GLOBAL COMPACT COMMITMENT Lander & Rogers became a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) in 2022 because it aligns with the firms values across respecting human and labour rights, safeguarding the environment, and working against corruption in all its forms. The voluntary framework also provides our people with direction and a global perspective on the most significant environmental, social, and governance Michael Boleymatters relevant to our operations. An important Michael Boley is a sustainability consultantfeature of the commitment is the annual self-in Lander & Rogers national Pro Bono,assessment report. We take this opportunity to use Community & Environment practice. the Communication of Progressto transparently account for and reflect on our organisational journey, and identify areas for improvement where we can do more to achieve positive outcomes and mitigate risks to ourselves and others. In addition to the enhanced operational rigour we have developed through the self-reporting process, we have also benefited from Weve set ambitiousengaging with new communities of practice and our participation in the UNGC Network Australia targets to become theSDG Ambition and Climate Ambition Accelerator programs. Most recently, these interactive workshops first law firm to reachhelped inform our own approach to accelerating the net zero emissionsresponsible business practices our firm prioritises in its environmental strategy- achieving net zero emissions across our entire valueand eliminating waste to landfill.chain and eliminate ACCELERATING SDGS FORwaste to landfill. CLIMATE ACTIONWe recognise that climate change poses a very real threat and will increasingly impact law firms, our clients, and the communities in which we work. This perspective, coupled with the desire to influence 38'