b"Our Sustainability FrameworkThe strategy is balanced across four key pillarspeople,To help us achieve these goals, specific focus areas have been identified environment, business performance, and communityfor each pillar based on the outcome of a materiality assessment. This and partnerships. These pillars are aligned to long-termprovides a framework for short and long-term initiatives and programs strategic goals which we are aiming to achieve by 2030.which will contribute towards achieving the long-term strategic goals.FOCUS AREAS FOCUS AREASSafety Healthy Reef and EcosystemsPositive Culture and Leadership Water ManagementProactive CommunicationClimate Change and Renewableand Innovative Thinking Energy TransitionOngoing LearningPeople Environment Managing Terminaland Development Encourage a positiveLeading in environmentalFootprintHealth andculture of safety, diversity,management, acknowledgingWaste ManagementWellbeing transparency, innovativeour unique location in the World Workforce forthinking and empowermentHeritage Area and proximityClean andthe Future in our people. to neighbouring communities. Safe ShippingFOCUS AREAS Community and BusinessFOCUS AREASStakeholderPartnerships Performance Terminal EcienciesEngagement and Communication Connecting with theDelivering prosperity throughChange ManagementCommunity Investment,community and partnersoptimising the terminal andand Risk ManagementSponsorship andto drive positive change. supply chain performance. Long-term ProsperityPartnerships Sustainability ReportingSupply Chain Eciencyand EducationIndigenous and Cultural Relationships Sustainable ProcurementIndustry Outreach Asset ManagementResearch and Reef PartnershipsWhat we are already doingDBCT will build on the programs and initiatives it alreadySince 2005, DBCT has strengthened collaboration with the community has in place which includes the following: through the Community Working Group to enable open information DBCT has safety, environment and quality management systemssharing relating to the environment, social and economic issues;underpinned by ISO certification; Contributing over $450,000 in sponsorship funding per year, DBCT Minimising dust, noise and vibration for workers and the surroundingprovides financial support to a range of initiatives in the local region;community has been an important focus for DBCT since operationsA Terminal Master Plan has been in place since 2000 and is regularly commenced in 1983. This is achieved through dust suppressionupdated to consider current operations, environmental considerations, techniques, enclosure of rail receival stations and the ongoinglong-term strategic planning and future expansion options, taking monitoring of air quality and noise; into consideration our robust regulatory environment and unique Between 2014 and 2016, $55 million was invested to increase onsiteenvironmental setting.water storage by 1,000ML and improve stormwater management across 70 hectares of coal stockyards. The water captured on site is filtered and recycled to provide the water required for terminal use including dust suppression;Alignment with SDGsTo ensure DBCTs Sustainability Strategy responds to globalWhile positive contributions have been made to the SDGs in most issues, the strategy was tested against the United Nationsareas,the Sustainability Strategy will assist DBCT to pursue additional Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Out of the 17 SDGs,initiatives to further contribute to the goals listed under the United 14 of the SDGs are more relevant than others to DBCT'sNations framework.operation and approach to sustainability."