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Environmental and social

Our strategy dictates the effective management of risks and opportunities related to our business. Relevant social and environmental topics are identified from both the outcome of our double materiality assessment process, as well as our structured approach to managing our broader impact.

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In line with the Paris Agreement, we have committed to becoming climate neutral across our own global operations by 2050. As such, we aim to further reduce emissions and drive our competitive advantage through our ability to offer accessible, low-carbon solutions to our clients.

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Biodiversity and Ecosystems

Through our structured approach to managing environmental risks we aim to prevent and mitigate negative impacts on marine life or local habitats, such as those linked to invasive species, turbidity or pollution. We also aim to be an industry leader in the development of nature-based solutions to protect and enhance coastal ecosystems.

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Social and Community Impact

The active management of our social engagement in the regions and communities where we work. The majority of our work takes place offshore, however, our operations can impact local communities at the coast or inland. This impact may be either positive — through the creation of jobs and opportunities for trade and economic growth – or, potentially, negative, through disturbance or changes to the local environment. Wherever possible we enhance the positive impact we can have and mitigate or offset negative outcomes of our work

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