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Sustainability reporting

Reporting on our sustainability progress

We are committed to transparently reporting our sustainability performance, in line with our Sustainability Policy and the ICMM Mining Principle 1 – Ethical Business. We welcome stakeholder feedback to help us to continue to improve our reporting.

Transparency in disclosing our sustainability performance and progress is essential to build trust and demonstrate delivery on our commitments. Our Sustainable Development Reports explain how our business-wide processes support our sustainability commitments, how we manage our most important sustainability topics, and the progress we have made during a reporting period.

We prepare our Sustainable Development Reports in accordance with the GRI Standards 2021, Recommendations of the Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures and the ICMM Mining Principles and Position Statements. In our 2023 Sustainability Databook we also demonstrate how we are pursuing alignment with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Foundation’s Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Standard for the Metals and Mining industry.

We are committed to continuously improving our sustainability performance, optimising our positive contributions and minimising adverse impacts by protecting and respecting our people, delivering value to society, operating ethically and responsibly, managing our environmental impact and taking steps to address climate change. 

Read more about our sustainability performance in our Sustainable Development Report and Sustainability Databook:

Modern Slavery Statement

Modern Slavery Statement

Our activities to manage the risk of modern slavery across our supply chain are provided in our annual Modern Slavery Statement in response to the Australian Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth) and the United Kingdom’s Modern Slavery Act 2015.