Material Issue Targets for the final year (fiscal year ending March 31, 2024) Results for FY2021 (fiscal year ended March 31, 2021)
Reduce CO2 emissions from business sites 45.5 (thousand metric tons CO2e) 10% reduction compared with FY2019
Continual activity toward SBTs (Scopes 1, 2): 30% reduction by the end of FY2030
50.7 (thousand metric tons CO2e)
0.2% increase compared with FY2019
Reduce CO2 emissions from use of sold products 2,395 (thousand metric tons CO2e) 8% reduction compared with FY2019
Continual activity toward SBTs (Scope 3): 20% reduction by the end of FY2030
2,218 (thousand metric tons CO2e)
15% decrease compared with FY2019
Reduce waste and valuable material disposal volume, promote recycling 188 (kg/t) 5% reduction compared with FY2019
Waste and valuables generated in business activities (in intensity per unit weight of product shipments
205 (kg/t)
3.5% increase compared with FY2019
Effective water use 246 (m3/t) 5% reduction compared with FY2019
Business operating site water withdrawal for tap water, industrial use, etc.
(in intensity per unit weight of product shipments)
306 (m3/t)
18% increase compared with FY2019
Human resources management Enhance systems and measures that provide a tangible sense of growth
Environmental enhancements to hire and develop diverse human resources and enable them to succeed
Sustainable new work styles
Shift to an HR system that reflects roles and results Redesign systems for re-employment of retirees
(course enhancement, adoption of an evaluation program, etc.)
Develop systems for working from home for all employees
Enhance industryacademia-
government collaboration and community collaboration
Advance various collaborative projects through cooperation with government agencies, educational institutions, etc. Establish a donated course at Doshisha Business School, Doshisha University and dispatch instructors
Cooperate in the incubation program led by Kyoto Prefecture
Identify key risks
and reduce risks
Identify risks to corporate value and minimize their impact Establish a Group Risk Management Committee, specify courses of action for risk management, and prevent manifestation of risks
CSR initiatives in the
supply chain
Pursue ongoing strengthening of supply-chain management,
including widespread adoption of the code of conduct, procurement practices, and BCP
Undertake a survey of the top 200 suppliers by transaction value to ascertain the status of supply chain CSR
Resilience to increasingly more severe natural disasters Improve the resilience of the Group BCP structure in the face of increasingly diverse disaster risks Focus on BCP development in anticipation of natural disasters, pandemics, etc.