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HOW WE OPERATE RESPONSIBLE BANKING WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE


Feature Story: TD’s Low Carbon Journey TD’s Progress 2010


• TD’s business operations are carbon netural


First Steps • TD adopts Equator Principles • Launches Environmental Management Framework with climate change commitments • Sets a carbon-neutral target for 2010


• Sets reduction targets 2011


TD builds “net zero” energy branch


TD named to CDP Performance Leadership Index


2011


• TD Asset Management issues sustainability funds


• TDAM becomes a signatory of the UN Principles for Responsible Investing


2005-09 2010 2010


Global Dialogue on Climate


Kyoto Protocol enters into force Set internationally binding emission reduction targets


Cancun Agreement World leaders pledge to assist developing nations in dealing with climate change; Green Climate Fund created; laid groundwork for adaptation initiatives


2011


Canada withdraws from Kyoto Protocol


2011 2012


Product innovation Loans and insurance for residential renewables and hybrid/EV cars


2013


Green buildings • Nearly 100 solar locations


At TD, we identified climate change as a megatrend almost 10 years ago, and we made the choice to lead.


2014 2012


TD selected as a Climate Disclosure Leader (CDL)


2015


$1.6 billion in lending to companies with low carbon operations, an increase of 84% since 2010


2014


• Issuance of a $500 million TD Green Bond


2015


TD recognized as a global leader in managing climate change


2013 2013


5th Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report Scientists agree with 95 percent confidence that humans are the main cause of climate


2014 2015


COP21 (Paris) • 187 countries pledge to curb carbon emissions


• Keep global temperature rise well below 2°C and pursue efforts to limit it to 1.5°C


• Long term global goal to achieve “net zero” • Review progress every five years


2015


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