Worldline - 2020 Universal Registration Document
EXTRA-FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF PERFORMANCE Integrating sustainability into Worldline’s business
Strengthen our actions through external partnerships [GRI 102-12] D.1.3.3 To stay abreast of the latest market trends and industry sustainability best practices, and thus develop its CSR performance, Worldline is an active member of the following networks and organisations: United Nations Global Compact (launched in 1999): ●
and sharing the latest CSR practices and regulations. The CSR officer of Worldline is an administrator of the C3D; L’ORSE(Observator y on Corporate Social Responsibility): ● Since 2019, Worldline is a member of l’ORSE, making contributions to in-depth thinking relating to CSR best practices; City of Paris climate commitment: Paris Climate Plan (Plan ● Climat de Paris) aims to lay the foundations of a carbon-neutral city in 2050, which adapt to climate hazards and is resilient to crisis. In 2020, Worldline reinforces its level of commitment by signing the highest level of commitment, the Platinum Commitment, and is thus commits to aligning itself with the 1.5 C° strategy of the city of Paris. Worldline has set quantified targets for the reduction of its greenhouse gas emissions and has adopted an operational action plan for 2030 that includes mitigation, adaptation and compensation measures with a view to carbon neutrality; The French business Climate Pledge commitment: ● Launched in 2017, this initiative gathers 100 French companies in 2020 which, by becoming signatories, have collectively committed to change their behaviours and invest in renewable energy, energy efficiency and other low-carbon technologies. This investment to fight against climate change amounted to € 68 billion between 2017 and 2018. Worldline joined these companies in 2019 at the Rencontre des Entrepreneurs de France . There is a new commitment for 2020-2023: the expecting companies’ investment participating in the French Climate Pledge reach to at least € 73 billion. Regarding Ingenico’s international initiatives and partnership, please consult Chapter 126.96.36.199.
Companies that sign the Global Compact commit to respect 10 fundamental principles in 4 areas: Human rights, labour rights, the environment and anti-corruption. Committed since 2010, Worldline has joined the Global Compact on its own initiative since 2016 to reinforce its engagement. In fact, Worldline wished to go further in its commitment and actions in favour of CSR. Being a member of the Board of Directors of the Global Compact France represents for Worldline a real opportunity to join forces with a major institutional player in the field of Sustainable Development in order to accelerate the necessary transformations to accompany the societal transitions. In this regard, the Company is also committed to contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In addition, in 2020 Worldline, represented by Gilles Grapinet, joins the Board of Directors of the Global Compact France for a 3-year term. (refer to Section D.1.1.4 of this document); Global Reporting Initiative Community: The Global ● Reporting Initiative (GRI) was created in 1997 aiming to develop globally applicable directives and standards to report on economic, environmental and social performances. Worldline aligns its sustainability reporting with the GRI framework since 2014. The Group is a member of the Community and supports the mission of the GRI to empower decision makers everywhere, through the GRI standards; Sustainability Directors’ Club (C3D): Worldline is an active ● member of the C3D organisation which aims at networking
Universal Registration Document 2020
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