Monitoring of 2022-2024 Sustainability Plan

Track what is done towards helping achieve the Sustainable Development Goals that the Group wishes to contribute to in a significant way through the realisation of its strategies.

For all material sustainability issues we have set objectives, some quantitative, others qualitative.
The main objectives are:

* Included among the performance objectives of the variable short-term incentive component.

** The objectives listed are included among the performance objectives of the 2022-2024 long-term incentive component, the amount of which is determined for 20% according to the level of achievement of the aforementioned sustainability objectives.

*** The data relating to Scope 1 and Scope 2 climate-changing emissions are determined on the basis of data from the Group's car fleet and the consumption of electricity, gas and other energy sources for all the buildings over which the Group has direct control, from the instrumental offices to those of the diversified companies up to the buildings where the UNA Group activities are based and to the foreign offices. In 2022, two new companies, Uniassiteam s.r.l and ICar, entered the reporting perimeter of Scope 1 and 2 climate-changing gas emissions. The reduction in total Scope 1 and 2 emissions in 2022 compared to the baseline (2019) is linked , mainly, to the extension of electricity supplies from renewable sources and the reduction of emissions from the car fleet of the Unipol Group (thanks to an increase in the share of hybrid cars and a reduction in total km travelled). The Group will continue its commitment to reduce its Scope 1 and 2 emissions in such a way as to confirm the reduction trend of its emissions in a context of complete exit from the pandemic emergency and in a medium-long term perspective beyond 2030.