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Does the company have a publicly available Conflict Minerals Report?
What is the total amount of hazardous waste created by the organization (in metric tonnes)?
Is a recent Corporate Sustainability Report available?
Does the company have a page on its website dedicated to conflict minerals or responsible sourcing?
Does the company's responsible sourcing policy focus on all conflict-affected or high-risk areas?
How much direct economic value (revenue) does the company generate?
Does the company have a publicly available Conflict Minerals Policy or Responsible Sourcing Policy?
Does the company's conflict minerals / responsible sourcing policy focus on minerals other than tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold?
What is the percentage of female employees within the company?
Does the company’s statement identify the suppliers in their supply chain and/or the geographic regions where their supply chain operates?
Does the company’s statement identify specific countries, regions or industries where the risk of modern slavery is the greatest?
Does the company publish a list of the smelters and refiners it deals with?
How much Ground Water did the company withdraw (in cubic metres)?
What is the amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (in tonnes of CO2 equivalent) that the organization is directly responsible for?
What is the total amount of hazardous waste recycled by the organization (in metric tonnes)?
Does the company define performance indicators for assessing the effectiveness of their efforts to combat slavery and trafficking?
How does the company assess the risks of modern slavery and trafficking in their supply chain?
What is the total number of male employees?
What is the amount of other indirect (Scope 3) greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (in tons of CO2 equivalent) that the organization is indirectly responsible for?