The Fujifilm Group drawn up the “Sustainable Value Plan 2030 (SVP2030)” in August 2017 as a new CSR plan targeting for FY2031/3 to contribute to achieving goals for resolving social tasks, as set out in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) promoted by the United Nations and Paris Agreement.
SVP2030 defines the “environment,” “health,” “daily life” and “working style,” as four key areas, to be addressed from the perspectives of both “considering environmental and social impacts through business processes” and “resolving social issues through business activities.” Furthermore, as a global company, SVP2030 specifies the stronger CSR foundations, in terms of environmental, ethical and human rights issues affecting the whole supply chain and also refers to the stronger governance required to achieve the further penetration of an open, fair and clear corporate culture.
In particular, as a priority task in the area of the “environment,” SVP2030 sets the goal of achieving a 30% reduction in the volume of CO2 emitted across the entire product lifecycle (Scope1,2,3)(*2) compared to FY2014/3 by FY2031/3. The SBT initiative, aiming at ensuring implementation of the Paris Agreement, has officially recognized this CO2 emission reduction target and posted it on the initiative's website(*3). Toward achieving the goal, Fujifilm will further promote efficient use of energy as well as measures for low-carbon / energy saving across the Group, while expanding the use of renewable energies on a long-term span.
Through the implementation of the new long-term CSR plan SVP2030, the Fujifilm Group will strive to resolve various social issues, including response to climate change such as the issue of the highest global concerns, and contribute to the establishment of sustainable society.