Fujitsu announced that it has issued its Fujitsu Group Sustainability Report 2013, which discusses the approach, initiatives and accomplishments of the Fujitsu Group's CSR and environmental activities.
In pursuing its vision of a Human Centric Intelligent Society, the Fujitsu Group seeks to leverage the power of human-centric ICT to drive social innovation that will enable the resolution of society's challenges.
With this year's theme of "The Power of ICT for sustainability and beyond," the Fujitsu Group Sustainability Report features case studies of ICT applications that address societal issues, initiatives to enhance global CSR management, and dialogues with key CSR experts about global issues. It also reports the medium-term CSR activity targets set for fiscal 2020 and the Fujitsu Group's accomplishments during fiscal 2012.
With regard to environmental initiatives, one of the company's priority areas, the report covers examples of how the Fujitsu Group has contributed to the environment through the delivery of ICT, as well as major environmental performance achievements in fiscal 2012, including the company's contribution to a cumulative 15.61 million tons of CO2 emission reductions (from fiscal 2009 to fiscal 2012).
Overview of the Report
1. Approach to CSR
This section describes the Fujitsu CSR Policy, enacted in December 2010, 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.
It also summarizes how ICT can contribute to "solving social issues through business operations," one of the key issues in the Group's CSR Policy, while identifying future concerns and the Fujitsu Group's "Three Powers of ICT," which will enable the resolution of these concerns.
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