Fujifilm Named on CDP A-List
Fujifilm has announced that the company has achieved a place on the “CDP Water Security A-List”. Fujifilm is one of the few companies out of nearly 12,000 that were scored.
CDP’s annual environmental disclosure and scoring process is reportedly known for its corporate environmental transparency. In 2021, investors with over USD 110 trillion in assets requested companies to disclose data on environmental impacts, risks and opportunities through CDP’s platform.
Fujifilm reports that since its establishment, it has actively worked on conserving water resources in an environmentally considerate way. The Sustainable Value Plan 2030 is the company’s CSR plan setting out goals to be achieved by fiscal year ending March 2031 (FY2030), including numerical targets for water resource management such as “reducing water usage of the entire Fujifilm Group by 30Ψ compared to the FY2013 level” and “providing products and services to contribute to the treatment of 35 million tons of water per annum in our society.”
Fujifilm says that it remains committed to addressing water risks in the future and actively promoting information disclosure through CDP and other organisations, contributing to the establishment of a sustainable society.