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1 CSR and Ecological Footprint Tone Lauritzen, April 13 th 2012

2 Agenda Why is Corporate Social Responsibility important? CSR in Nordea The Ecological Footprint programme The role of IT in Nordeas environmental activities 2

3 Customers care Employees are motivated Society at large wants you to succeed Good business model National laws and regulations International conventions Why is CSR important? 3

4 What is Corporate Social Responsibility in Nordea? 4 Approach Integrated part of business strategy Ownership in business units CSR is about being prudent in everything you do Focus areas Responsible Investments & Governance (RIG) Responsible credits Anti-corruption Supply chain Environmental impact of own operations

5 Nordea strives to run our operations in an environmentally responsible way Ecological Footprint programme was established to drive and coordinate teams working to reduce our environmental impact 8 teams established based on an evaluation of Nordeas environmental impact Targets for 2016 set in 2009 (2008 baseline) Reduce energy consumption by15% (kWh/FTE) Reduce paper consumption by 50% Internal (kg/FTE) External (g/customer) Reduce internal travel by 30% (# trips/FTE) Sourcing targets related to environmental and social requirements to suppliers Quarterly monitoring and reporting Ecological Footprint Programme 5

6 Examples of activities: Green IT: automatically put PCs to sleep at night, improved cooling and use of heat from data centres, duplex print Energy mgmt.: improve ventilation and heating, install heat pumps, improve use and quality of light sensors, improved use of space/premises Internal paper: smarter print solutions, electronic signatures, deletion of unnecessary lists and reports Customer paper: Turn snail mail electronic Travel: implement MS Lync, improve video conferencing, improve travel statistics, tighten travel policy Sourcing: improvements in sourcing process Facility Services: Reduce waste volumes, eco- labelled detergents, canteen operations Communication: internal and external communication Ecological Footprint activities 6 Ecological Footprint Programme Communi- cation Green ITEnergy Mgmt Internal Paper Customer paper Travel & Virtual Collabo- ration Sourcing Facility Services

7 Examples of activities: Green IT: automatically put PCs to sleep at night, improved cooling and use of heat from data centres, duplex print Energy mgmt.: improve ventilation and heating, install heat pumps, improve use and quality of light sensors, improved use of space/premises Internal paper: smarter print solutions, electronic signatures, deletion of unnecessary lists and reports Customer paper: Turn snail mail electronic Travel: implement MS Lync, improve video conferencing, improve travel statistics, tighten travel policy Sourcing: improvements in sourcing process Facility Services: Reduce waste volumes, eco- labelled detergents, canteen operations Communication: internal and external communication Ecological Footprint activities 7 Ecological Footprint Programme Communi- cation Green ITEnergy Mgmt Internal Paper Customer paper Travel & Virtual Collabo- ration Sourcing Facility Services

8 Nordea is replacing all existing printers (approx. 11,000) with approx. 6,000 new printers Ecological footprint involvement consists of: Requirements: Provide environmental requirements for use in the Request For Proposal and vendor selection. Following areas have been covered: Functionality (e.g. follow-me print, duplex, statistics, use recycled paper) Production (environmental certifications or labels) Energy consumption (in use normal use, power save functionality) Toner consumption (functionality to save toner, to empty cartridge) Recycling/disposal (% of material recyclable, recycling programmes) Environmental profile of company Prepare for duplex: Contact all application owners and ask that necessary changes are made to enable duplex print Print policy: Contribute to production of print policy Communication: Provide end-users (and other stakeholders) with relevant information Internal print 8

9 Energy: Reduction according to plan. Low hanging fruit have been harvested. Further reductions will require investments and improved use of space Internal paper: Small reduction (7%). Duplex and other print activities in 2011 should cause substantial reduction Customer paper: Ahead of schedule (36% reduction) Travel: Large increase in 2009 and Reduction last 4 quarters, but still above 2008 level. Sourcing: According to plan. New process is being implemented this spring Status 9 How are we doing compared to our competitors?

10 Further information 10

11 Thank you! Tone Lauritzen


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