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FMC

SUSTAINABILITY REPORT

2011

• The

±rst Sustainability Report

, “We’ve Made a Choice,” is published

• To focus ežorts on mega trends that ažect the global population, the ‘ve “market-shaping shifts” are

identi‘ed - these still guide FMC today, and are now known as the

Major Global Challenges

• The

Sustainability Committee of the Board of Directors

is established, ensuring accountability for

sustainability at the highest level of the organization

• Product Stewardship and Sustainability Assessments

developed to measure and accelerate sustainability

in research and development

• Established annual materiality assessment

process to determine issues of highest importance

• As part of

Vision 2015

, three targets are established:

1. < 0.37 Total Recordable Incident Rate

2. > 50% of total R&D spending dedicated to impact

major global challenges

3. > 90 (out of 100) Community Engagement Index

• Energy Management Center of Excellence

formed to

implement best energy practices, including conducting

regular energy assessments at manufacturing sites

• Supplier Code of Conduct

implemented

, including

human rights, labor, environmental, health and

safety requirements

• Sustainable packaging products

launched

, including

a Green Family of containers in Brazil derived

from sugarcane

2012

2016

• FMC reports to

CDP Climate Change

disclosure

for the ‘rst time, receives an A-

• Climate Change Statement

published

• Human Rights Policy

published

• Best safety record in FMC history

achieved,

a 0.22 total recordable incident rate

• Select environmental and safety data are

assured, see

page 34

• FMC divests the Alkali Chemicals division and

‘nalizes the purchase of Cheminova AG, a

Danish agrochemical manufacturer

• FMC signs the

United Nations Global Compact

and reports its ‘rst Communication on Progress

• Select environmental data are assured

• Diversity and Inclusion program

formalized;

Diversity O§cer appointed