"We recently published our first Integrated Report together with our 2021 audited Sustainability Report. There, we reinforced our commitment to the three ESG pillars. Over the past 20 years since Adecoagro was founded, we created over 6.6 thousand jobs, providing opportunities in regions where there were none. We also contributed towards improving the educational level of the regions where we operate. When we arrived to Angélica and Ivinhema, two cities in Mato Grosso do Sul, their educational level was well below the national average. Today, I’m proud to say that both cities outperformed Brazil’s score. We are also working on promoting the development of women in agribusiness, by offering trainings such as how to operate tractors, that will provide them with the necessary tools to get jobs in the region. From an environmental point of view, we manage over 520 thousand hectares of farmland under a sustainable production model, which fix huge amounts of carbon in the soil. In terms of energy, over 90% of Adecoagro’s total energy consumption is self-generated renewable energy. These are just a few examples of the work we have been doing, which is now being overseen by our ESG committee to make sure it continues to be integrated into the company’s overall strategy. "