About this Report Chairman's Foreword Management Report Appendices Corporate Governance Consolidated Financial Statements Company Financial Statements Rabobank Carbon Footprint Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Footprint (in tons of CO2) Emission source 2018 Scope 1 Useof natural gas 10,564 Use of other fuels 60 Use of air conditioning 1,962 Lease mileage driven 21,742 Scope 2 Useof electricity 87,491 Use of heat 1,009 Scope 3 Business car mileage driven 5,231 Business air mileage 18,110 Use of paper 922 Climate footprint, Total C02emissions: 147,091 Climate footprint per fulltime equivalent: 3.4 Use of electricity in accordance with market-based calculation method 18,080 Climate footprint in accordance with market-based calculation method 77,680 Climate footprint per fulltime equivalent in accordance with market-based g calculation method 2017 12,747 76 2,006 25,527 110,540 1,401 4,726 16,645 706 174,374 4.0 38,729 102,563 2.3 2016 12,269 48 2,218 33,944 108,679 1,951 5,092 16,425 837 181,465 3.8 29,072 101,857 2.1 2015 13,998 62 2,419 36,484 102,128 1,803 5,378 18,873 922 182,067 3.5 26,066 106,004 2.0 Rabobank is actively reducing C02 emissions related to its own operations. We are also involved in the development of reporting standards on carbon disclosure and climate change reporting (amongst which are TCFD and PCAF). This is because we recognize that the potential impact of climate change and carbon reporting through our client base is much larger than our own footprint. Rabobank continues efforts to reduce its C02 emissions per FTE by 10% between 2013 and 2020. Rabobank had a large decrease of C02 emissions compared to 2017. Rabobank reduced its C02 emissions per FTE with 15%. In 2018, we continued to publicly disclose data on our energy use and our emissions reduction efforts through the Carbon Disclosure Project. Rabobank purchases green electricity as well as green gas and compensates the remaining emissions, which are emitted through our usage of fuels, paper and non-green electricity. We do so by purchasing C02 credits after we have determined our climate footprint in 2018 in accordance with the market-based method - 77,680 tons. As such, Rabobank was climate neutral once again in 2018. The data with regard to Rabobank's internal business operations is mostly based on Rabobank's automated central management information system and on invoices from our providers. In preparing the footprint, estimations, assumptions and extrapolations were made. This was done when data was unavailable or incomplete. Although these estimates and assumptions were made, based on the most careful assessment of current circumstances and activities available consumption data and information, the actual results may deviate from these estimates. The footprint data refers to the period October to September (whereas the latest figures cover the period October 1, 2017 till September 30, 2018). We use reliable sources and established protocols for conversion factors. The climate footprint is calculated according to the most recent directives of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GPIG) and the associated C02 conversion factors originate from, among others, DEFRA and the IEA. Our climate footprint consists solely out of C02 emissions and no other emissions (e.g. CFH4, N20 and other gases). Annual Report 2018 - Appendices 81

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