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Sustainability Report

2017 Sustainability Report

At AGL, we’re listening. What’s important to our stakeholders is important to us. We have a responsibility to be open and transparent about our operations; one of the ways we do this is through ongoing sustainability reporting.

Our 2017 Sustainability Report provides a transparent account of our performance in relation to the social, environmental and economic challenges and opportunities facing our business, our industry and our community.

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What's included in the 2017 Sustainability Report? 

The report provides:

  • Our sustainability targets and performance summary, where our commitments to drive performance are established, tracked and measured;
  • An outline of how we operate, encapsulating our approach to stakeholder engagement, corporate governance, ethical conduct, legislative compliance and public policy engagement;
  • Performance information on our key sustainability issues, divided into the five subject areas of customers, community, people, environment and economic performance; and
  • A centralised data centre, where comprehensive performance data is available to view and download.

The report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core option. Deloitte was engaged to undertake limited assurance of the 2017 sustainability performance data in this report in accordance with the Australian Standard on assurance engagements ASAE 3000 Assurance Engagements other than Audits or Reviews of Historical Financial Information (ASAE 3000).

We also published two supplementary reports:

  • Rehabilitation - AGL's approach to the rehabilitation of power generation infrastructure: This report outlines how we are approaching the challenges associated with rehabilitating large, long-lived assets and infrastructure, the outcomes associated with our major generation sites, and the future challenges in managing a just transition;
  • Social and economic inclusion – an important issue for an essential services provider: This report explores some of the macro trends shaping social and economic inclusion in Australia, and considers the ways in which these trends impact on access to affordable energy supplies and participation in the technology-driven energy market transformation. It sets out why we consider it important for AGL, as a provider of an essential service, to actively engage in policy dialogue on these issues and to take positive action which contributes to the achievement of a more socially and economically inclusive society.


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