b'2023 AusLSAOUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY OUR GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITY SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:PROFILE In Australia, Norton Rose Fulbright understands the positiveOur Responsible Business program is built upon our BusinessNRFAs General Counsel and Compliance team is led by the effect that adopting sustainable practices has in preserving ourPrinciples of Quality, Unity and Integrity, and recognises that we havefirms Head of Risk and General Counsel. The General world. We are committed to identifying and implementingunique skills and abilities, coupled with both the will and theCounsel and Compliance team is responsible for all risk market-leading, environmentally sustainable property andobligation to make a positive impact in the communities where wemanagement matters, including ethical reporting, supply business management practices which reduce our impact on thelive, work and do business.chain and compliance with legal professional obligations. environment. In seeking to improve our environmentalOur Social Impact program supports our people, our planet and ourA Risk Committee meets quarterly to consider key risks performance, we focus specifically on reducing our papercommunities across charitable giving, cause-related activations andfacing the firm and identify risk improvement measures. The consumption, electricity consumption, the amount of waste wevolunteering. We participate in our Firms annual Global CharitableCommittee is comprised of the Head of Risk & General send to landfill, and our carbon emissions. Initiative and our commitment to Reconciliation is articulated in ourCounsel, CEP, CFO, other Business Services Heads, Sydney Globally we are committed to operating sustainably and takingStretch Reconciliation Action Plan 2022 to 2025. General Counsel and a member of our Australian Partnership direct action to support United Nations SustainableWe are committed to environmentally sustainable practise and toCouncil (APC). Ongoing training in the areas of ethics, risk Development Goal 13: Action on Climate Change. Climatetake action on United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 13:management and professional conduct is conducted by the action is managed by a global Environmental SustainabilityAction on Climate Change. We are committed to integratingGeneral Counsel and Compliance team, both in person and Committee, reporting directly to our Global Executivesustainability best practice into our decisions-making and businessthrough e-learning modules. Committee and Chief Executive Officer. activities worldwide.The General Counsel and Compliance team look after the We are committed to integrating sustainability best practice intoWe support our people to use their vast cross-disciplinary expertisefirms policies, procedures and provides quarterly reports to our decision-making and business activities worldwide. We alsoto provide pro bono legal support to those in need in our communitythe APC Board and manage the precedent letters of recognize that our environmental performance is important to ourby supporting; clients or projects that benefit the environment orengagement to clients and conflict checks of clients. people, clients, suppliers and other stakeholders.increase the use of resources, support individuals with poor mental We measure our carbon footprint across our global operationshealth or living with disabilities, and protect international human and based upon those findings, undertake a strategic review torights. We commit more than 10% of our annual pro bono hours to develop a plan of action on climate change. Our key impacts arisesupport Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander organisations. from waste generation, energy use including travel, and resource consumption. We are seeking to minimize these impacts through continual improvement in our environmental performance.CLIMATEINDIGENOUSCODE OF CONDUCT ACTIONRECONCILIATION /RISK MANAGEMENTINITIATIVES:TelecommutingGreen Star rated buildings 4-6 starEnergy efficientINITIATIVES: refits undertakenSpecify energy efficient appliancesTeleconferencing Reconciliation Action PlanCultural awareness trainingNAIDOC Week facilities and trainingEarth HourEnd of trip facilitiesNABERSs National Reconciliation WeekInternships and employmentFirst Nations Energy RatingEfficient building and lighting automationForcedProcurementPro bono supportVolunteering and secondmentsCollaboration computer shutdown for reconciliationFunding and donationsSupply Nation MembershipCareerTrackers participationGROSS EMISSIONS SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY 2,821t - 3.1t per employeeNON LEGAL CHAIN MANAGEMENT4.4% 0.10%VOLUNTEERING %1,288t46%INITIATIVES:NFP BoardsOrganised staff volunteeringBlood donations 54% 0.50% 1,532tCommunity volunteering SUPPLIER STANDARDS COVER: 1 0 54%Human rightsEnvironmental impactsFair labour practices .7t/e e . 0 2t/e e eoy e m lo y CHARITABLE Indigenous inclusionGender equalityModern Slavery pl pm GIVING %Diversity and InclusionFraud bribery & corruption0% 0%SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES: REPORTING Firm donation programInternal appeals and collections NET EMISSIONSExternal charity events and appeals2,821t - 3.1t per employee REPORTING COVERS:LEGAL CDP ReportingENVIRONMENTAL PRO BONO MANAGEMENT These icons provide limited information about the firms legal pro bono commitment. More extensive INITIATIVES:information is reported by the Australian Pro Bono Centre and on individual firms websites. World Environment DayOffice green teamsCitySwitch Green Office Click for further information from AusLSA:RECYCLING100% 100% 100% 100% OFFICESPAPER19,078 79% USAGE2 1g/e e e R e ycledtnt eck mployconINITIATIVES:Follow me printingRecycled paper purchase specificationPAPER CERTIFICATION:Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) certifiedPEFC Australian Forestry standard73'