released 16 October 2017

Brambles, the global supply-chain logistics company operating in more than 60 countries, primarily through the CHEP and IFCO brands, has published its Sustainability Review for the
2017 Financial Year (FY17). The Review includes updates on CHEP and IFCO’s sustainability programme and its progress towards its 2020 Sustainability Goals. These goals are based on the company’s Better Business, Better Planet, Better Communities, sustainability programme and are closely aligned with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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released 4 October 2017

Air New Zealand is setting out to do something rather different from most airlines. First, to take stock of all the many sustainability challenges that face us, both locally and globally, objectively assessing the existing data on a wide range of environmental, social and economic issues. Nothing new there. But Air New Zealand is then intent on working out an appropriate course of action
for addressing each and every one of those challenges, however inconvenient a process that might be.

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released 22 September 2017

Stockland’s continued commitment to leadership and ongoing achievement in sustainability is highlighted in its FY17 Annual Review and Sustainability Reporting released today, with the reports providing comprehensive information on the group’s strategy, financial, social and environmental priorities and performance measures.

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released 13 September 2017

Resources companies have an important role to play in supplying the materials needed to create a more prosperous future and a lower carbon economy. We have integrated the
management of climate change into our business strategy.

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released 1 September 2017

Telstra’s Bigger Picture 2017 Sustainability Report details the evolution of its sustainability strategy, and highlights a series of ‘firsts’ for Australia’s leading telecommunications and technology company.

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released 14 August 2017

Commonwealth Bank has released its 2017 Corporate Responsibility Report, which shows continuing progress across a range of initiatives. This includes its longstanding investment in financial education programs for children and youth, which saw record participation this year.

The Report also contains Commonwealth Bank’s Climate Policy Position Statement that details the Bank’s commitment to limiting climate change to well below two degrees, in line with the Paris Agreement and supporting the responsible global transition to net zero emissions by 2050.

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released 15 August 2017

Our purpose is to come up with innovative solutions to address the changing needs of the world’s population – we are on a mission to explore and design new ways of living and we want
to enable a better, more meaningful and sustainable life for the many people.

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