In 2020, our ambition for sustainable offices was accelerated through our commitment to our buildings being Paris Proof by 2035, joining the initiative of the Dutch Green Building Council for a sustainable built environment. It relates to around 75 offices in more than 10 countries and will mean that by 2035, we will have reduced the energy consumption of these offices by two thirds compared with today and all energy used will be from renewable sources. Progress on this starts in the Netherlands and then shifts to countries with a large office network such as the United Kingdom and South Africa. Projects to reduce energy usage will include a more sustainable way of heating in our offices, removing natural gas as a heat source and reducing consumption or generation of electricity via solar panels. In the Netherlands, our offices in Amsterdam and Groningen (which was newly opened in 2020 and is described in more detail here) already comply with the Paris Proof ambition. Our Amersfoort office (built in the 1970s and currently energy label A) is now receiving attention to become Paris Proof. Our prospective office building in Delft which dates back to 1912 will be Paris Proof (or better) when it opens in 2024.