LP’s Governance and Corporate Responsibility Committee provides a specific governance framework for LP’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) efforts, which are brought to life by LP’s ESG Executive Council and Task Force, with cross-departmental representation within the company.
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.
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.”
With strongly shared values and ethics, we strive to maintain the highest standards in how we treat each other, run our operations, work with our customers, and contribute to our communities. Our dedicated people put LP’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics into action every day, representing LP’s core principles of ethics and integrity. We further extend these expectations and standards across our supply chain through our LP Supplier Code of Conduct. This LP Human Rights Policy also applies to all company operations and subsidiary operations. LP expects all partners—customers, suppliers and contractors—to share the same commitment to human rights that we have.
LP supports the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) frameworks:
As we continue our ESG journey, we are working to gather additional information and data to support more robust disclosures that align with globally recognized ESG frameworks.
We take a proactive approach to public policy and go well beyond regulatory requirements to demonstrate our commitment to corporate responsibility in every community where we have a presence.
LP maintains strong and positive relationships with public officials in the countries where we operate to ensure our priorities are shared across different levels of government. We monitor and manage financial and other business-related risks and opportunities related to state, provincial, and federal legislation and regulations. We also interact with key industry associations to prioritize policy issues. In accordance with LP’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, bribery and corruption are strictly prohibited. LP does not permit the offering or receiving of bribes in any format, whether dealing with government officials, public authorities, business partners, or other third parties.
Working closely with regulatory agencies everywhere ensures that our operations meet all requirements and obligations—from our harvesting operations to manufacturing building products and delivering our products to our customers.