Saint-Gobain // Universal Registration Document 2021

SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS FOR GROWTH I BLE SOLUTIONS FOR GROWTH The Sustainable Solutions for Growth working group supports the Group's strategy to move from a product-based offer to a sustainable solutions-based offer, which would be more efficient and adapted to its markets. This group focuses on identifying proposals for solutions that combine sustainability and performance and to measure the benefits for stakeholders, in particular customers. It is also in charge of determining and deploying a standardized method of benefits recognition. This working group is led by the Strategy Department. At Business Units and countries level: Q tools and information are made available to countries to guide them in developing a strategy adapted to their market context; Q discussions between the marketing and sales teams enable the identification of cross-functional issues for which Saint-Gobain can provide innovative and competitive responses using local and global synergies. RISK MANAGEMENT The Risk Management working group is responsible for identifying, assessing and mitigating potential risks that could impact the Group's business. However, climate has not been identified as a risk factor for Saint-Gobain, as it does not present significant financial materiality for the Group. At Group level: Q the Strategy Department oversees the development of climate scenarios, thus integrating climate risk management into the Group's medium- and long-term strategy; Q the Audit and Internal Control Department develops and updates the methodology for managing climate risk, updates physical risk maps and conducts climate audits; Q the Risk and Insurance Department defines the Group's policy on the prevention and insurance of climate risks; Q the CSR Department ensures the consistency of risk assessments in accordance with the regulatory requirements of the Non Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD) and its transposition into French law, and other transparency requirements expressed by stakeholders, in particular the communication according to the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). The Business Units and Countries are included in the risk identification and management process. A digital mapping tool is available to help them identify their risk exposure and prioritize their action plans. At Group level: Qthe Marketing and Development Department facilitates and accelerates Saint-Gobain's innovation process, based on meeting customer expectations. Teams specializing in innovation and management ensure consistency and relevance of use cases. Teams specializing in sustainable construction ensure the coordination of the measurement of estimated benefits; Q the CSR Department ensures that the solutions proposed by the Group are in line with the objectives and action plans in operational terms. It also follows up on performance. The Corporate Social Responsibility Department coordinates – with the Sustainable Development Department – the monitoring of climate perfomance and objectives. The fight against climate change is one of the pillars of the CSR roadmap. The Senior Vice-President, Human Resources and Corporate Social Responsibility is in charge of corporate social responsibility. She coordinates the monitoring of climate objectives as part of the CSR roadmap. The Sustainable Development Department oversees the management of climate-related issues, which represent both a risk and an opportunity or the Group. The Executive Committee is responsible for managing the Group. It makes strategic decisions according to the guidelines defined by the Board of Directors and under the chairmanship of the Chief Executive Officer. The issue of climate change is monitored on a regular basis by the Executive Committee, which holds meetings on these subjects. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Corporate Social Responsibility Committee was created on July 1, 2021. Its role is to craft strategies in line with the Group's CSR commitments and objectives, taking into account the growing demands of stakeholders, and to monitor improvements in terms of ESG (environment, social and governance) performance. Climate change is one of the topics monitored by the Committee. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY COMMITTEE OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 3 An efficient and responsible Group Maximize the contribution for the planet and communities SAINT-GOBAIN UNIVERSAL REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2021 81 The Group has implemented its CO2 roadmap to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. This approach incorporates its targets for 2030, validated by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), which considers them to be aligned with Saint-Gobain’s net zero carbon commitment: 33% reduction in CO2 emissions (scope 1 + 2), in ■ absolute value, between 2017 and 2030; 16% reduction in CO2 emissions in scope 3, in absolute ■ value, between 2017 and 2030.