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Progress demands that we work within our business, in partnership with our customers, and across our industries to advance a more sustainable, resilient, and equitable world. We focus our efforts to advance positive outcomes across three primary areas. These impact opportunity areas, informed by the UN Sustainable Development Goals, align the top needs of our stakeholders, the most important issues of our business, and the areas where we can best accelerate positive impact at scale. To drive the achievement of our key strategic ESG priorities related to diversity, inclusion, belonging, environmental sustainability, and philanthropy, our executive compensation program allows for the CEO to recommend to the Board of Directors Compensation and Human Resources Committee adjustments to awards for the other (non-CEO) executive officers based on ESG performance. Given that long-term incentive awards are the largest component of executive officers’ compensation, ESG adjustments will generally focus on equity grants. The Committee will take into account the CEO’s recommendations when determining the final awards for the other executive officers, and also consider overall company ESG progress and outcomes when it determines long-term incentive awards for the CEO. In FY23, the CEO and Committee concluded that the leadership team met expectations for progress on ESG initiatives, and therefore did not adjust long-term incentive awards for executive officers. For FY24, we have defined quantitative and qualitative ESG measures that leaders will be assessed against to inform the CEO’s recommendations to the Committee and the Committee’s determination of final awards for all executive officers.