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29 Environmental 5. COLLABORATING ACROSS BOUNDARIES We continue to rely on a community of partners to pave the way for our industry and those industries we partner with. New additions since our last ESG report: • Business Alliance for Scaling Climate Solutions (BASCS): We co-launched BASCS at COP26 with Disney, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Workday, Salesforce, WWF, the United Nations and EDF to share best practices and insights to scale and improve climate solutions. • SABA : We co-founded the Sustainable Aviation Buyers Alliance because the entertainment industry can’t make film or television without travel, including titles that themselves help raise environmental awareness. SABA sends market signals to producers of Sustainable Aviation Fuel and ensures the environmental integrity of their claims. • Exponential Roadmap Initiative : Netflix was invited to join this frontrunning group of sustainability leaders from the scientific, corporate and multilateral sectors working together to halve emissions before 2030 through exponential climate action and solutions. They’re an accredited partner of the UN’s Race to Zero and TED Countdown. We continue to work in concert with: • albert : We joined albert’s sustainable production project in 2018, and multiple UK Netflix productions have engaged with albert’s industry offering. • Sustainable Production Alliance : We joined the alliance in 2019, and direct Netflix productions to the resources available at • Drawdown Labs (part of Project Drawdown) : This consortium of companies explores scientifically-grounded best practices in consumer-facing sustainability. • DIMPACT : The collaborative project, supported by researchers from the University of Bristol, created a tool to calculate the emissions of video streaming, among other internet uses. • Natural Resources Defense Council : We continue to partner with NRDC as part of our fact-checking service for filmmakers.

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