Our approach to environmental management is based on the robust identification, assessment and control of material risks across all phases of our business. We engage with stakeholders and take their perspectives and knowledge into account in our decision making.
We aim to avoid or, where this is not possible, minimise our impacts, while contributing to lasting environmental benefits across the regions where we operate. Where unacceptable impacts remain, we focus on implementing compensatory actions to address residual impacts to the environment.
In addition to our direct environmental management actions, we pursue opportunities, such as conservation, to deliver lasting environmental benefits.
Our EIA policies outlines the minimum environmental management requirements for our businesses.
Our material sustainability issues
We identify and respond to material sustainability issues to successfully deliver on our Company strategy and to create value. Having regular, open and honest engagement with our stakeholders helps us to identify, understand and prioritise the sustainability issues and opportunities that matter most to our stakeholders and to our business.
The content of this Sustainability Report is shaped by our annual materiality assessment, which satisfies the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) principles for defining report content, sustainability context, materiality, completeness and stakeholder inclusiveness through a cycle of identification, prioritisation, validation and review.