Saint-Gobain // Universal Registration Document 2021

"CARBON 2030" ROADMAP At Group level: Q the Strategy Department supports Saint-Gobain's ambition to be a leader in sustainability by integrating sustainable development as a key focus of the Group's growth and differentiation strategy. It monitors and implements the internal carbon price, including the updating of its level; Q the Innovation Department coordinates the innovation efforts in processes, both industrial and product design-related; Q the Industrial Technology and Performance Department oversees the coordination of industrial excellence programs, including the "World Class Manufacturing (WCM) and CapEx commitments; Q the Purchasing Department ensures the mobilization of suppliers by integrating their performance in terms of sustainable development and the signature of the Saint-Gobain "Responsible Purchasing" charter as selection criteria. Business Units and countries contribute to the carbon neutrality objective: Q roadmaps are developed by the countries or Business Units to define their short- and medium-term priorities and objectives in line with Saint-Gobain's objectives, and to draw up their own action plans; Q detailed roadmaps are developed for each industrial process and supplemented by action plans designed and deployed by each country based on knowledge of local markets and regulatory contexts; Q each site defines its own roadmap for the WCM program, in line with international reference frameworks, standards specific to its business required by customers and the improvement objectives that have been set. Each industrial department and each business unit is responsible for defining, leading and monitoring the results of the sites within its scope. The role of the Board of Directors is to determine Saint-Gobain's strategy and to follow up on its implementation, as well as to monitor its proper management. All Directors were trained in climate risks by experts (see chapter 5, section 1.2.4). Climate change issues are monitored on a regular basis by the Board of Directors. Climate-related issues were discussed in four sessions in 2021. BOARD OF DIRECTORS The CSR Committee ensures that corporate social responsibility issues are taken into account in the definition of Saint-Gobain's strategy and its implementation (see chapter 5, section 1.1.1 for a description of the responsibilities and activities of the Corporate Social Responsibility Committee in 2021). Finally, as the Group considers climate change to be a strategic issue, the reduction of CO2 emissions is a performance criterion included in long-term compensation plans (see chapter 5, section 2.4.2). CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS The "Carbon Roadmap 2030" working group is a response to Saint-Gobain's commitment to achieve carbon neutrality, or "zero net emissions", by 2050. As a result, Saint-Gobain will reduce its CO2 emissions as much as possible by 2050 and implement measures to absorb any residual emissions. The success of the "zero net emissions" ambition is based on the 2030 targets validated by the Science Based Target initiative and on several action levers. This working group is led by the Sustainable Development Department. 3 An efficient and responsible Group Maximize the contribution for the planet and communities SAINT-GOBAIN UNIVERSAL REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2021 80 Maximize the contribution for the planet 2. and communities Climate change: towards a just transition 2.1 Faced with the challenge of climate change and the risks reduce the carbon impact of its operations across the related to the average increase in temperatures, entire value chain. In September 2019, Saint-Gobain Saint-Gobain aims to promote the emergence of a just, responded to a call for action issued by a broad coalition sustainable economy in line with the Paris Agreement in of business leaders, civil society representatives and countries where it is present. In concrete terms, the United Nations leaders to help limit the rise in global objective is to help the Group’s customers reduce their temperature to a maximum of 1.5°C above pre-industrial carbon emissions through the use of its solutions, and to levels. Governance 2.1.1