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Sustainability Measures means Sustainable initiatives and practices taken or to be taken by the parties and their supply chains [./, including implementing circular economy principles, waste management, water management and reducing negative impacts on nature and biodiversity].
Sustainability Measures (as defined) might include employee training and engagement (see Athena’s Clause), food procurement and waste (see Runa’s Clause), circular economy considerations (see Alex’s Clause, Aatmay’s Clause), reduction of single use plastics (see Alice’s Clause), risk/resilience and adaptation considerations (see Archie’s, Iris’s, Marni’s Clauses), waste reduction, water conservation, biodiversity (see Georgie’s, Rory’s and Edgar’s Clauses) or other environmental matters.
Procurement contracts, employment agreements and company policies, corporate governance documents.
Sustainability Measures is used in the following TCLP clauses:
[Kaia’s Clause] Climate Purposed NDA Terms (Confidentiality Agreement).