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FMC

SUSTAINABILITY REPORT

In 2015 FMC established goals that will ensure

we are a more sustainable enterprise by 2025.

These goals encompass safety, environmental and

product development aspects and are important

drivers to becoming tomorrow’s FMC. We will

deliver safe products that bene t our employees,

our society and our impact on the Earth.

UPDATE

ONOUR FORMULA

FOR PROGRESS

GOAL BY ˜–˜–...

Achieve a Total

Recordable Incident

Rate (TRIR) of 0.30 or

lower by 2020. We are

proud to report our injury

rate in 2016 was 0.22, the

lowest full-year injury rate

since the company began

tracking TRIR.

GOAL BY ˜–˜–...

Dedicate 80 percent of our

R&D budget to develop

sustainably advantaged

products by 2020. A

sustainably advantaged

product is one that positively

impacts one of the Major

Global Challenges.

R&D

˜–˜– GOAL

¢”–%£

2014 2015 2016

67%

76%

74%

˜–˜– GOAL

¢.¦–£

2013

.41

2014

.51

2015

.51

2016

.22

TRIR

2012

.63

Achieve 100 on the Community

Engagement Index, which

measures interaction with

our communities.

GOAL BY ˜–˜–...

GOALS BY 2025...

COMMUNITY

ENGAGEMENT

87% 91%

96%

˜–˜– GOAL ¢“––%£

2014 2015 2016

WHAT DOES A FUTUREWORLD

WITH FMC LOOK LIKE?

We will impact ve global

challenges: climate change,

environmental consciousness,

food and health expectations,

land competition and scarce

resources, and ensure that

by 2025, FMC will have a

decreased environmental

footprint and an exciting

pipeline of more sustainably

advantaged products.

OUR PRODUCTS OUR RESPONSIBILITY

+

+

=

CONTINUED PROGRESS

OUR PEOPLE

FMC reports detailed data on

the environmental footprint of

each business. For information

on energy, GHG, waste and water,

see

pages 32-33.

%

INTENSITY

%

WATER USE

in high

risk areas

• Energy

• GHG

• Waste