2003 Committee Charter : ATG

U:\FINANCE\CORP-SEC\AGLR\CHARTERS\CRC.WPD Corporate Responsibility Charter - October 31, 2000
AGL RESOURCES INC.
CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY COMMITTEE
CHARTER
The Corporate Responsibility Committee (the "Committee") of AGL Resources Inc., a
Georgia corporation (the "Company"), is a committee of the Board of Directors of the
Company, the composition and responsibilities of which are described in this Corporate
Responsibility Committee Charter.
I. Composition
In accordance with Article III of the Bylaws of the Company, the Board of Directors, by
resolution adopted by a majority of the whole Board of Directors, may designate a
Corporate Responsibility Committee. The Committee shall consist of four (4) or more
Directors. The members of the Committee may include employee directors; provided,
however, that the Chair of the Committee shall not be an employee of the Company.
The members of the Committee shall serve at the pleasure of the Board of Directors or
until their successors shall be duly designated. Vacancies in the Committee shall be filled
by the Board of Directors.
II. Responsibilities
The Corporate Responsibility Committee, subject to approval by the entire Board of
Directors, where appropriate, shall:
  • Review the Company's employee benefit plan investment policies, funding
    requirements, investment objectives, and investment performance.
  • Review and monitor the Company's policies, programs and practices regarding its
    relationships with employees, shareholders, customers, competitors, suppliers and
    the countries, states and communities in which it operates, including, without
    limitation, those regarding:
    ethics,
    environmental protection, health and safety issues,
    diversity and equal employment opportunity,
    legislative and regulatory issues affecting the Company's
    businesses and operations,
    community, government and regulatory relations, and
    charitable and philanthropic contributions.
  • Identify and bring to the attention of the Board, as appropriate, emerging political,
    social and environmental trends and public policy issues that may affect the
    business operations, performance or public image of the Company.
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    III Reporting
    The Committee shall keep full and fair accounts of its work and findings, and written
    minutes of each meeting shall be duly filed in the Company's records. Reports of
    meetings of the Committee shall be made to the Board of Directors at its next regularly
    scheduled meeting following the Committee meeting, accompanied by any
    recommendations to the Board of Directors approved by the Committee.