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Fujitsu Releases 2011 Fujitsu Group Sustainability Report

Report based on five priority CSR issues, features Fujitsu's response to the Great East Japan Earthquake

Fujitsu Limited

Tokyo, November 16, 2011

Fujitsu has published the 2011 Fujitsu Group Sustainability Report, which discusses the thinking, efforts, and accomplishments regarding the social and environmental aspects of the Fujitsu Group's operations.

The report is organized based on the five priority issues set forth in the Fujitsu Group's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy: (1) Providing Opportunities and Security Through ICT; (2) Protecting the Global Environment; (3) Promoting Diversity and Inclusion; (4) Fostering Employees Who Contribute to Society and the Planet; and (5) Communication with Stakeholders. In addition, the report contains information on how the Fujitsu Group responded to the Great East Japan Earthquake which occurred in March 2011.

On the topic of Protecting the Global Environment, the report outlines Fujitsu's activities based on its Group Environmental Protection Program (Stage VI). It introduces case studies detailing Fujitsu's initiatives to achieve the three targets established in the company's medium-term environmental vision. As well, the report describes Fujitsu's efforts to reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 3.23 million tons through its Green Policy Innovation project and promoting the prevention of global warming in its business activities.

Minoru Takeno, President of Fujitsu's Corporate Environmental Strategy Unit, stated, "This report introduces Fujitsu's activities towards the creation of a networked society that is rewarding and secure, bringing about a prosperous future that fulfills the dreams of people throughout the world. To reduce our environmental footprints, as well as those of our customers and society, Fujitsu is continuing its efforts by providing Green ICT. This report contains a wide-range of information so that our readers can truly understand Fujitsu's intentions towards the creation of a sustainable society."

Overview of 2011 Fujitsu Group Sustainability Report

1. Message from Management

The 2011 Fujitsu Group Sustainability Report presents the vision of the kind of company Fujitsu wants to become and the CSR activities for achieving this vision; the delivery of new value through ICT; Fujitsu's determination to help in the recovery and reconstruction efforts following the Great East Japan Earthquake; and a message to stakeholders.

2. The Fujitsu Group's Response to the Great East Japan Earthquake

This report looks at the impact of the disaster on the Fujitsu Group and its recovery activities; its response to customers in the disaster areas; activities supporting the restoration and rebuilding of the disaster areas; and the Fujitsu Group's power saving initiatives. In addition, the report includes a special feature introducing the "TSUNA-PRO" joint project, which leverages cloud computing to help link disaster victims with NPOs.

3. The Fujitsu Group's CSR

The Fujitsu Group's CSR policy and five priority issues around which it will focus its CSR practices are detailed. In addition, it introduces the FUJITSU Way—which represents the Fujitsu Group's corporate vision and values—and the company's organization for promoting CSR.

4. Report on Fiscal 2010 Activities

  1. Providing Opportunities and Security Through ICT
    The application areas and societal expectations for the K computer (1) , a supercomputer Fujitsu is developing together with RIKEN as part of an initiative led by Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), is highlighted in this report. In addition, the report presents a wide variety of ICT application case studies inside and outside Japan from the standpoints of providing new value, increasing accessibility, and ensuring reliability and security.
  2. Protecting the Global Environment
    The publication is based on Fujitsu's Green Policy 2020 medium-term environmental vision, which stipulates targets for 2020, as well as the Group Environmental Protection Program (Stage VI), which sets goals for Fujitsu's environmental activities from fiscal 2010 through fiscal 2012.
    • Examples of activities are highlighted for each of the medium-term environmental vision's three targets: (1) Benefiting Customers and Society, (2) Pursuing Internal Reforms, and (3) Preserving Biodiversity.
    • The report discusses the achievements and results of the Group Environmental Protection Program (Stage VI). All annual targets set for fiscal 2010, the first year of the program, have been successfully achieved.
    • Fujitsu's total global greenhouse gas emissions for FY 2010 were approximately 1.185 million tons, a reduction of 128 thousand tons from the previous fiscal year and an 11.7% reduction from FY 1990.
    • Since FY 2007, Fujitsu has been promoting the Green Policy Innovation project to reduce its environmental footprint through green IT. As part of this project, the company has set a global target of helping to reduce CO2 emissions by a total of more than 15 million tons over the four-year period from FY 2009 to FY 2012. During FY 2010, Fujitsu contributed to a CO2 reduction of 3.23 million tons, a total reduction of 5.60 million tons since FY 2009, and is currently exceeding its targets.
  3. Embracing diversity and developing human resources
    Sections on Fujitsu's approach to diversity and initiatives to promote diversity, initiatives to stimulate a daily work/life balance, efforts to develop human resources with a global viewpoint, efforts promoting respect for human rights, and communication with employees are detailed in this publication.
  4. Communicating and collaborating with stakeholders
    The report describes initiatives with customers; business partners; shareholders and investors; and global and local communities.

To ensure the reliability of its contents, the entire publication was audited by a third-party institution and includes an independent assurance report. The 2011 Fujitsu Group Sustainability Report has been approved and granted the sustainability report audit and registration mark(2), complies to the GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines Version 3.1 (G3.1) standard, and corresponds to GRI Application Level B+.

  • [1] K computer

    The "K computer" is the nickname RIKEN has been using for the next-generation supercomputer since July 2010. In the 37th TOP500 list announced in June 2011, the K computer achieved the top performance.

  • [2] Sustainability Report Audit and Registration Mark

    Issued by the Japanese Association of Assurance Organizations for Sustainability Information. The mark assures the reliability of the information.

About Fujitsu

Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Over 170,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers. Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702) reported consolidated revenues of 4.5 trillion yen (US$55 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2011. For more information, please see

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This press release has been revised as of December 17, 2018.

Date: 16 November, 2011
City: Tokyo
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