Fujitsu today announced that it has issued the English language version of its Fujitsu Group CSR Report 2014, which discusses the approach, initiatives and accomplishments of the Fujitsu Group's CSR and environmental activities.
The Fujitsu Group seeks to leverage the power of ICT from a human perspective to realize a "Human Centric Intelligent Society" that is a safer, more prosperous and sustainable, and in which everyone can actively participate.
Taking as its theme "the power of ICT for sustainability and beyond," the report features case studies about how ICT is being used to solve societal issues, how to make use of a variety of managerial resources to realize a Human Centric Intelligent Society, and a stakeholder dialogue with external experts on sustainable management. It also reports the medium-term CSR activity targets set for fiscal 2020 and the Fujitsu Group's accomplishments during fiscal 2013. With regard to environmental initiatives, one of the company's priority areas, the report covers major environmental performance achievements in fiscal 2013, including the company's contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 10.87 million tons through the provision of ICT.
Details of fiscal 2013 achievements are available today on Fujitsu's website, with the Fujitsu Group CSR Report 2014 [Detailed Edition] featuring CSR activities, and the Fujitsu Group Environmental Report 2014 covering environmental activities.
A concise report of the Fujitsu Group's CSR efforts, which are likely to be of interest to stakeholders, is available as a compact booklet entitled the Fujitsu Group CSR Report 2014 [Abridged Edition]. Its contents are summarized below.
This section is a message to all stakeholders from Masami Yamamoto, Fujitsu's president, outlining how Fujitsu uses ICT to generate human-centric innovation and describing the company's initiatives to develop business in the area of "social innovation."
As examples of using ICT to address social issues, this section introduces case studies in the four areas of urban problems, medicine, the environment, and disaster mitigation.
Six key persons discuss how they undertake global initiatives by applying various management resources in their respective areas of responsibility.
This section describes the Fujitsu CSR Policy, the five priority issues around which efforts are organized, the FUJITSU Way, which lays out the Fujitsu Group's philosophy and principles, and the organization for putting CSR into practice.
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This section reports on goals and achievements in CSR activities taken in fiscal 2013 for the five priority issues, and describes plans for fiscal 2014.
This section provides an overview of Fujitsu's organizational approach to corporate governance, compliance, and risk management, which form the foundation of the Fujitsu Group.
This report expands on Fujitsu Group CSR Report 2014 [Abridged Edition], specifically Section 5, the report on fiscal 2013 activities, and Section 6, the management organization, and describes in detail the approach, organization, programs, and internal and external activities at the Fujitsu Group for bringing about a Human Centric Intelligent Society.
This report explains the Fujitsu Group's approach to environmental management and the ways that ICT can help solve some of the increasingly severe environmental issues society faces. It introduces three case studies of Fujitsu's contributions in respective areas of climate and water, agriculture, and energy.
It also reports on achievements in fiscal 2013 under the Fujitsu Group Environmental Action Plan, Stage VII (for fiscal 2013-2015), which was devised based on the Fujitsu Group's priority issues and the expectations and needs of society. Particular achievements it mentions include reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 10.87 million tons among customers and society as a whole through the provision of ICT, a year-on-year decline of 660,000 tons at Fujitsu Group facilities alone, and improving resource efficiency by 21.3% in new products by pursuing more compact, lighter products, making ICT products themselves less resource-intensive. It also introduces the many charity events, forest revitalization activities, and other activities that Fujitsu Group employees around the world undertake in collaboration with local communities.
To ensure the reliability of its content, important environmental and social performance contained in the Fujitsu Group CSR Report 2014 [Detailed Version] and the Fujitsu Group Environmental Report 2014 has undergone third-party certification by Bureau Veritas Japan, whose Independent Verification Report is also included. Under the GRI Sustainability Reporting Guidelines v3.1 (G3.1), the report earns Application Level B+.
Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Approximately 162,000 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 4.8 trillion yen (US$46 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2014. For more information, please see http://www.fujitsu.com.
All company or product names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Information provided in this press release is accurate at time of publication and is subject to change without advance notice.
Date: 30 September, 2014
Company: Fujitsu Limited
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