ESG rating is “B”

as of July 2022

ESG Risk Rating  — 43.9 (out of 100),
risk rating “Severe”

Exposure Score  — 76.6 (out of 100),
risk rating “High”

Management Score  — 46.7 (out of 100),
risk rating “Average”

Overall ESG score 4.3/5 (improvement from 2.4 since 2017), which puts NN in the top percentile.

Reiterated as an index constituent in December 2021.

Industry average — 2.2/5.

ESG-rating has been withdrawn in March 2022
ESG corporate rating was upgraded to C+ in December 2021

ISS Quality Score: corporate governance — 7, environmental — 1, social — 4 (of which 1 — is low risk, 10 — is high risk)

ESG-rating has been withdrawn in March 2022
Overall ESG score has been increased from 33 to 44 (out of 100)

in November 2021 vs industry average of 34

ESG-rating has been withdrawn in March 2022

Climate Change 2021 – score “D” (M&M sector - “C”)

Water Security 2021 – score “C” (M&M sector - “B-”)

ESG-rating has been withdrawn in March 2022
ESG rating 48/100

as of April’21 (vs. 33/100 as of September’20)

Industry average ESG score — 41/100

Membership

In November 2016, the Company joined the United Nations Global Compact

Norilsk Nickel’s environmental management is in compliance with international standards ISO 9001: 2015

Compliance with GRI (global reporting initiatives) and RSPP public verification procedure. First social responsibility report in 2003

Nickel institute — member since 2005

International Platinum group metals association — member since 1999

Global Battery Alliance — member since 2021

Joined Responsible sourcing block chain network in December 2020

Joined Re|Source in August 2021