Saint-Gobain // Universal Registration Document 2021

4 2021 results and outlook for 2022 Non-financial results SAINT-GOBAIN UNIVERSAL REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2021 134 Non-financial results 2. Alignment of the CSR dashboard with the Group’s challenges 2.1 The Group has prioritized its CSR challenges and actions. These key challenges relate to risks and opportunities identified in accordance with legal requirements (see chapter 2, section 1.3.3). They also take into consideration the expectations of stakeholders identified in the materiality analysis, as well as the Group’s environmental, social and societal challenges. A CSR roadmap was published in 2019. It is a tool for managing the Group’s CSR strategy. This roadmap is based on six key challenges for the Group: business ethics, climate change, inclusion and diversity, the circular economy, health and safety across the entire value chain and the creation of inclusive local value. This roadmap reflects Saint-Gobain’s willingness to assess its performance in terms of impacts on the environment, people and society generated by its activities and the expectations of its stakeholders. In November 2020, the Group implemented its CO2 roadmap to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. New targets for reducing carbon emissions in scopes 1 and 2 and in scope 3 between 2017 and 2030 were validated by the Science-Based Targets initiative (SBTi). These targets were therefore included in the dashboard in 2021 to replace the 2025 iso-production targets. This dashboard update also includes the action plans implemented as part of the Grow & Impact strategic program. OBJECTIVES 2021 RESULTS PROGRESS IN 2021 Climate change To contribute to a just and sustainable transition, aligned with the Paris Agreement -33% on scopes 1 and 2 between 2017 and 2030 (in absolute value) -23% (10.3 MtCO2) -50% on industrial water withdrawals between 2017 and 2030 (in absolute value) -14% (48.1 million m3) Circular economy To create value through a circular business model that conserves resources -80% non-recovered waste between 2017 and 2030 (in absolute value) -24% (0.459 Mt) +30% of virgin raw materials avoided between 2017 and 2030 +1% (9.952 Mt avoided) Health and safety across the entire value chain To ensure the health and safety of our employees and stakeholders is our first responsibility Value of TRAR: 1.5 at the end of 2030 vs. 2017 1.9 100% of sites covered by a chemical inventory by 2025 66% Employee engagement and diversity To create a work environment that enables professional and personal growth, promotes inclusion of all diversities and ensures equity Employee engagement rate above benchmark every year 83% vs. 74% 30% of women managers by 2025 26.3% Inclusive growth To create shared economic growth with stakeholders in a spirit of mutual trust and transparency 100% of countries have a community assistance program by 2025 67% 100% coverage of the CARE program by 2023 88% of employees covered Business ethics To share our values with our stakeholders to build together over the long term 100% of new managers are trained in the code of ethics in their induction year every year 95% 95% code of ethics 95% corruption 93% competition 100% of responsible timber purchases by 2025 93.4% 70% 29% 30% 3% 64% 66% 100% 67% 93.4% 88% 88%