Our corporate governance practices and programs represent our commitment to ethical business. We work to create an environment within the workplace where all LP representatives—from directors to individual contributors—have a strong sense of accountability and integrity.
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ESG Oversight

At LP, oversight for ESG begins at the Board level. The Governance and Corporate Responsibility Committee (GCRC) is primarily responsible for overseeing our ESG and sustainability programs and practices.

At the management level, our ESG Executive Council oversees the functional implementation of our ESG strategy. The ESG Executive Council oversees the ESG Task Force, a group of subject matter experts who are responsible for the day-to-day implementation of our ESG strategy.

ESG oversight diagram

Both our Sustainability Report and TCFD Index provide detailed information on our Board and management team’s ESG roles, including climate change.

The Governance and Corporate Responsibility Committee takes a leadership role in shaping the governance of the corporation and provides oversight and direction regarding the functioning and operation of the Board of Directors.

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Ethics and Compliance

We expect all LP employees to act with the highest standards of ethics and integrity and carry our commitment to business ethics through to our suppliers. Our Code of Business Conduct and Ethics and Supplier Code of Conduct outline our standards and expectations.

LP’s Human Rights Policy further details our expectations for working conditions and human rights in our operations.

LP Confidential, our anonymous business ethics reporting service, is available 24/7, 365 days a year, for anyone to report ethical violations or concern online or by phone.

Lizanne C. Gottung
LP has a tremendous ESG story to tell. From sourcing sustainable forest resources and manufacturing innovative, carbon-friendly products to the care the company shows its employees and communities, LP has been the industry’s leading light for nearly 50 years.”
Lizanne C. Gottung, Chair, Governance and Corporate Responsibility Committee, LP Board of Directors