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Fujitsu believes information and communications technology (ICT) can play a key role in solving global environmental challenges. We therefore take action to minimise our – and our customers’ – impact on the planet.
Our environmental policies inform all our business activities, including research and development; procurement; product manufacturing, assembly and disposal; service delivery; corporate social responsibility activities; and marketing and stakeholder communications.
We incorporate the latest technologies in our products and solutions to provide superior performance with energy and resource efficiency. We restrict and where possible avoid the use of harmful chemicals and toxic materials in our products, and minimise our use of power and resources at all stages of the product lifecycle.
Fujitsu has an ongoing commitment, as part of our Environmental Protection Programme, to reduce our customers’ CO2 emissions. Having successfully delivered a reduction of over 15m tonnes in the period April 2009 to March 2013, Fujitsu has set a more ambitious global target to help reduce customers’ CO2 emissions by 26m tonnes over the period April 2014 to March 2017. This is equivalent to the annual emissions of 5.4m cars.
We believe organisations that prioritise ecologically sustainable ICT operations can benefit from new business opportunities, increased market share, stronger brand value and customer loyalty, as well as an improved corporate culture.
|Global External Ranking||Rank|
|Computerworld 2012 Honors Laureate||Laureate|
|Greenpeace Cool IT Leaderboard||First for Climate Solutions and fourth overall|
|Newsweek Global Top 500 Green Companies||17/500|
|Computerworld Green IT Vendors list||First|
|FORTUNE Magazine’s “World’s most admired companies” 2013||First time inclusion as one of the top 350 companies. Ranked highly for innovation, use of corporate assets and Corporate Responsibility.|
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