Fujitsu Group Environmental Action Plan (Stage VIII)


Fujitsu Group endeavors to help limit the increase in the global average temperature to below 2 degrees Celsius, as adopted in the Paris Agreement at COP21, while striving to achieve zero emissions as a long-term goal. In our Environmental Action Plan (Stage VIII), we further intensified the activities undertaken under Stage VII in terms of our social contribution through business as well as reduction of environmental impact arising from our business activities. In concrete terms, we improved customers' and society's sustainability through ICT services and enhancing our products' energy and resource efficiency. We also reduced greenhouse gas emissions and environmental impact caused by our business throughout the value chain.

Fujitsu Group will work steadily on its Environmental Action Plan to meet the objectives of the FUJITSU Climate and Energy Vision, our medium- to long-term environmental vision through 2050.

Our Society

Targets (till the end of FY 2018)Performance in 2018Status
Contribute to sustainable development and preservation of biodiversity through ICT services
1.Contribute to sustainable development of society through ICT services.Published 18 cases
2.Develop innovative technologies that address environmental issues.Announced 84 key green technologies (*2)
Improve environmental value of products throughout their lifecycle
3.Achieve top-level energy efficiency for 50% or more of the new products.67.9% achieved
4.Promote eco design for resource saving and circulation and increase resource efficiency of newly developed products by 15% or more. (Compared to FY2014)25% improvement
5.Maintain over 90% resource reuse rate of business ICT equipment.91.7% achieved

Our Business

Targets (till the end of FY 2018)Performance in 2018Status
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout the value chain
6.Reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in our business facilities
 Reduce GHG emissions by 5% or more compared to FY 2013.30.3% reduction
Improve PUE of our data centers by 8% or more compared to FY 2013.6.7% improvement×
Improve energy intensity by an average of 1% or more each year.1.1% improvement
Increase usage of renewable energy to at least 6%.8.6% achieved
7.Drive activities to reduce CO2emissions in the supply chain.Requested secondary suppliers (over 46,000 companies) to implement CO2-reduction activities.
8.Reduce CO2 emissions per sales from transport by an average of 2% or more each year.6.2% reduction
Reduce environmental impact
9.Reduce water consumption by 1% in total (128,000 m3).2.6% reduction
10.Reduce chemical pollutant (PRTR) release to less than the average level of FY 2012–2014 (20.7 t).9.3 tons
11.Reduce the amount of waste generated to less than the average level of FY 2012–2014 (25,568 t).19,056 tons
  • (*1)
    ✓: Target achieved; ×: Target unachieved
  • (*2)
    Key green technologies: Technologies for reducing power and energy, improving man-hour efficiency, conserving resources, and resolving social issues.
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