Key to maintaining our licence to operate is compliance with all relevant regulations and conditions on our exploration and mining tenure. Australian jurisdictions have strict conditions for the prevention or rectification of environmental harm. These conditions operate concurrently with the terms of any relevant environmental approvals issued under relevant Federal, State or Territory environmental laws. In addition, IGO has developed its own internal requirements, based on our environmental standards that go over and above statutory obligations. In FY18, IGO continued to maintain and update the Group Obligations Register; a tool used to systematically capture the environmental conditions associated with both our tenements, obligations arising from environmental approvals and other public commitments. In FY19, IGO will complete a compliance audit against all of our environmental obligations at our Nova Operation, with results presented in the next sustainability report. LAND AND BIODIVERSITY MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE IGO’s operations are spread out across the Goldfields- Esperance region, occupying land of varying biological significance. Our Nova Operation and exploration activities are situated in particularly rich and diverse habitats. IGO is committed to contributing to the conservation of biodiversity within all its operating areas. In FY18 IGO’s land and biodiversity management standard was established to provide our operations and exploration teams clarity on the required land management practices, aligned to accepted best practice industry guidelines. FIGURE 22 LAND DISTURBANCE VS REHABILITATION 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 DISTURBANCE REHABILITATION Hectares (ha) Life on Land 70 — IGO SUSTAINABILITY REPORT 2018