Guidelines for Biodiversity
In order to create a sustainable society, we have a responsibility to sincerely address serious problems currently facing us to eliminate negative legacies being passed on to future generations.
Among these serious problems, are climate change issues such as global warming, depletion of natural resources, and biodiversity loss that is occurring at a critical speed due to the destruction of ecosystems and extinction of various living species.
Biodiversity provides us with food, medicine, and energy while reducing the risk of disasters. It is the very foundation of our culture and art, supporting our life and daily activities.
As the Fujifilm Group's business activities are closely related to biodiversity, it is our responsibility to avoid the adverse effects to, by addressing its preservation and sustainable usage. In doing so, it is essential to take into consideration that we exist in a state of global interdependence and keep an international perspective when taking necessary actions.
To avoid destruction of biodiversity
Biodiversity is the “web of life.” In all aspects of our corporate activities, the Fujifilm Group avoids on the adverse effects to this web of life, and gives due consideration not to have anything to do with destruction of the web.
To preserve biodiversity
In all aspects pf our corporate activities, the Fujifilm Group strives to keep the natural environment healthy and diverse, considering environmental preservation that reflects the natural and social conditions of each local community.
To make best use of biodiversity
The Fujifilm Group adopts sustainable methods to use biological resources for business activities, based on a long-term point of view, in order to maintain biodiversity for future generations. and also considers the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from its utilization.
To act globally
In all aspects of our corporate activities the Fujifilm Group strives to recognize impacts on biodiversity to reduce environmental burdens in both domestic and overseas areas.
To meet social requirements
The Fujifilm Group complies with international laws and regulations regarding biodiversity, and values collaboration and harmony with various stakeholders such as customers, business partners, employees, local communities, government agencies, shareholders and investors, NGOs and NPOs.
To share information
The Fujifilm Group proactively discloses information on activities regarding biodiversity. The Group also makes efforts to educate employees on the Group's activities for such issues.
Established in June 2009, Revised in April 2019