Board of Directors Role and Responsibility The Board of Directors monitors, manages, and resolves the climatechange risks through ESG Committee and Audit Committee. In practice, the Board of Directors and management held a joint discussion to review and approve the strategic plan and business direction aligning with sustainable development plan to determine business strategies, reinforcing the Greener & Smarter strategy. The focuses are on building competitiveness, creating added value for stakeholders, and adapting to changing economic and industrial environments. Meeting Frequency Monthly ESG Committee Role and Responsibility Climate Change issues are included under the direct responsibility of the ESG Committee, which is appointed by the board of directors. ESG committee consists of 3 independent members from the Board of Directors and one of them acting as a chairman of the committee. Climate-related issues including risks and opportunities are evaluated, reviewed, andmonitored by this committee. This includes oversighting other climate-related topics such as GHGs emission, mitigation, adaptation, low-carbon investment. Meeting Frequency Quarterly Audit Committee Role and Responsibility Audit Committee consists of 3 independent members from the Board of Directors and one of them acting as a chairman of the committee. Climate-related risk is one of the risks that oversight by this committee including climate-related regulation change, strategic risk, etc. as well as risks mitigation plan for each BU. Meeting Frequency Quarterly SD Committee Role and Responsibility Climate-related issues has taken into consideration by SD committee, including target setting, performance monitoring, and roadmap to achieve target. Meeting Frequency Twice a year Risk Management Committee (RMC) Role and Responsibility The RMC role is to review, manage and monitor Company’s risk management and report to Audit Committee. Climate-related risk is one of the risks that is integrated into our Enterprise Risk Management. Meeting Frequency Quarterly Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Role and Responsibility The CEO is responsible for monitoring GHG emission reduction performance and other climate-related issues for both corporate-wide and country level we have operations. It includes performance review meeting included GHG emission. The CEO is also responsible for ensuring and closely monitoring that the GHG emission performance will be achieved against our target. He is also responsible for considering and making decisions to announce internal carbon pricing for a new business investment to align with our Greener & Smarter strategy. Meeting Frequency Monthly Climate Change Report 2023 19