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In 1995, a worldwide agreement was signed with the International Union of Food Workers (IUF) concerning application of International Labour Organization conventions 87, 98 and 135 on employees’ freedom of association and right to unionize. The agreement ensures the effective application of these conventions in all of our establishments.

Accor is a member of the ILO Global Business and Disability Network following the official signing of the membership agreement on June 11, 2012 at the United Nations Office in Geneva. The initiative is a response to the needs expressed by multinational corporations and employer organizations. Participating in the Network gives us the possibility of organizing a certain number of events around the world and to embrace the best practices of the initiative’s partner companies.

a Since 2001, Accor has fought against the commercial sexual exploitation of children with ECPAT International, an NGO comprising 77 organizations in more than 70 countries, whose mission is to end child prostitution, child pornography and trafficking of children for sexual purposes. In 2008, Accor was


appointed to the Executive Committee of the Child Protection Code of Conduct, which was developed by EPCAT and the World Tourism Organization. As of year-end 2012, the Code had been signed by 36 of our country organizations.

a Lastly, since 2006, Accor has participated in the Carbon Disclosure Project, a major survey conducted on behalf of 475 institutional investors managing more than €55 trillion in assets. This international organization asks leading corporations to report on their climate change strategies, their approach to carbon cost imposition and their greenhouse gas emissions performance. Accor’s scores have steadily improved since 2010, both in the Carbon Leadership Disclosure Index and in the Carbon Performance Leadership Index, with a final overall score of 81B in 2012.

a In recognition of its corporate social responsibility commitment and performance, Accor has been included since 2004 in the four leading international socially responsible investment indexes: the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes, FTSE4Good, ASPI Eurozone and the Ethibel Sustainability Indexes.

At a time when Accor is beginning a phase of sustained Structured around 21 commitments backed by measurable expansion, the PLANET 21 program is accelerating and objectives that all hotels are expected to meet by 2015, intensifying its sustainable development commitment, PLANET 21 has embedded sustainable hospitality deep in our transforming it into a decisive competitive advantage for the strategic vision, as well as in our development and innovation Group, its brands and its partners. processes.

PLANET 21: 7 pillars, 21 commitments and measurable objectives for 2015

Additional Indicators – 2012 Results Pillars Commitments 2015 Objectives 2012 Results (without objectives)

1. Ensure healthy interiors 85% of hotels use eco-labeled products 89% 88% of hotels use eco-labeled cleaning products
11% of hotels use eco-labeled wall paint
9% of hotels use eco-labeled floor coverings
2. Promote 80% of hotels promote 87% Number of hotels offering vegetarian dishes
responsible balanced dishes (indicator under construction)
3. Prevent diseases 95% of hotels organize 40% 934 hotels are equipped with condom vending
disease prevention machines
training for employees 14,637 employees have been trained
in HIV/AIDS prevention
8,940 ergonomic beds installed in France
by year-end 2012