b'2023 AusLSAOUR PEOPLE OUR ENVIRONMENT OUR COMMUNITY OUR GOVERNANCESUSTAINABILITY SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS: SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS:PROFILE As an international law firm, we recognise our responsibility toClyde & Co is committed to operating responsibly. We donate ourClyde & Co is committed to complying with all regulatory protect the environment and mitigate the impact ourskills, time and expertise as well as fundraise for our charity partnersand statutory obligations through the identification and activities have both locally and internationally. This includesglobally to have a positive impact on the communities in which wemanagement of risk and by demonstrating the highest the impact of our working practices: the use of energy in ouroperate and beyond. All staff are encouraged and supported toethical and professional standards. As a leading law firm, buildings, our business travel, the use of paper and otherparticipate in our pro bono & social impact programme.Clyde & Co has systems and processes in place to ensure all goods and services as well as the disposal of our waste. WeThe focus areas of our programme are: (Inspiring) Young Lives;staff comply with all relevant Australian Government Acts have a global environmental policy in place which outlines ourEquality before the Law; and Sustainability & Climate Change andand legislation. Clyde & Co takes risk and compliance approach to minimising our impact. Our Commitmentassociated UN SDGs. We aim to inspire and empower young peoplemanagement and reporting very seriously. Reporting to the focusses on: monitoring and reducing our energyand their families; promote sustainability, tackle climate change; andManagement Board, the Risk Committee is a focal point for consumption, and promoting efficient energy use within ouruphold the principle that all people must be equally protected by themanaging risk and compliance. The remit of the Risk premises; monitoring and reducing our travel; reducing ourlaw, without discrimination and regardless of means.Committee includes identifying and prioritising operational use of resources such as paper and water; reducing our overallEach financial year we challenge all staff to spend 24 hours on socialand regulatory risks within the firm (both strategic risks and waste; seeking to source sustainable products and engagingimpact activities and for fee earners, up to a total of 60 hours of prospecific day-to-day risks) and taking steps to put appropriate with our supply chain to assess and reduce its environmentalbono and other social impact activities which counts towardscontrols and responses in place. The Risk Committee is also impact.individual annual chargeable hours targets. Our annual global Clyderesponsible for implementing and improving the firms Clyde & Co is committed to achieving Net Zero emissions by& Co Cares campaign raises awareness of the chosen theme throughpolicies and procedures, as well as maintaining global best 2040. In the near term, we have committed, through theinformation sharing, fundraising and volunteering. Last year wepractice systems for risk and compliance management. The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), to reduce absolutefocussed on the UN goal of achieving Zero Hunger by 2030 andcommittee keeps all aspects under review, acting to manage scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions by 80% by 2030 from a 2019donated over 100,000 meals to our charity partners.and mitigate risks as necessary. base year. We have also committed to reduce absolute scope 3 GHG emissions by 50% within the same timeframe.CLIMATEINDIGENOUSCODE OF CONDUCT ACTIONRECONCILIATION /RISK MANAGEMENTINITIATIVES:TelecommutingTeleconferencing facilities and trainingEarth Hour INITIATIVES:Reconciliation Action PlanNAIDOC WeekNational Reconciliation WeekPro GROSS EMISSIONS bono supportFunding and donations1,912t - 4.1t per employee NON LEGAL 0% 0.05%VOLUNTEERING % SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY 252tCHAIN MANAGEMENT13.2%INITIATIVES: 86% 0.76%Organised staff volunteeringPaid volunteer timeBlood donations 1,660tCommunity volunteeringArts supportCPD for community sector lawyers3 0 87%.5t/e e e . 0 3t/e e ep y CHARITABLE ploy m lom0% 0%GIVING % SUPPLIER STANDARDS COVER:Human rightsEnvironmental impactsFair labour practicesModern SlaveryDiversity and InclusionFraud bribery & corruptionUN Global compact and SDGsINITIATIVES:Firm donation programMatched fundingfor employee donationsInternal NET EMISSIONS appeals and collectionsExternal charity events and appealsHost externalSUSTAINABILITY 1,912t - 4.1t per employee charity eventsREPORTINGENVIRONMENTALLEGALMANAGEMENTPRO BONOThese icons provide limited information about the firms legal pro bono commitment. More extensive information is reported by the Australian Pro Bono Centre and on individual firms websites.Click for further RECYCLING100% 100% 50% 100% information from AusLSA: OFFICESPAPER9,700 9.1% USAGE2 1 e R eg/e cycled e ntk mploy econtINITIATIVES: PAPER CERTIFICATION:Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) certifiedNCOS Certified Carbon NeutralPEFC Australian Forestry standard91'