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Sustainable Value Plan 2030


Under the Medium-Term CSR Plan, “Sustainable Value Plan 2016 (SVP 2016)” for FY2014–16, the Fujifilm Group has been creating new values to resolve problems in society. Long-term goals up to FY2030 have been established in the new CSR plan, Sustainable Value Plan 2030 (SVP 2030), announced in August 2017. The Fujifilm Group aims to be a corporation able to make a greater contribution to creating a sustainable society through implementing further action to resolve social issues through our business activities, including the launch of innovative technologies, products and services.

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2017.

Social Background and Basic Approach

In addition to attention to the environment and compliance, our core targets up to now, Fujifilm declared explicitly in SVP 2016 for FY2014–16 that its goal is “solving social issues through business activities.” Embracing CSR, not in the passive approach of compliance to laws, but as an opportunity to solve social issues and to grow business, FUJIFILM Holdings' aggressive stance is highly appreciated by external organizations.

However, the major goal of solving social issues cannot deliver results easily in a period of only three years. In addition to continuous activities in this area, we decided that we need to revise our perspective on setting our goals.

Long-term targets such as SDGs (*1) and the Paris Agreement (*2) have been announced internationally in the drive to solve social issues. In view of these developments, the new SVP 2030 aims to contribute to achieving the goals for resolving global social issues set by the SDGs, the Paris Agreement, etc., and is distinguished by its setting of long-term goals to be achieved by FY2030. This establishment of a long-term plan, allows us to set targets not through forecasting (accumulation approach) but through backcasting—looking backward from a specified future target to identify action needed for the future—thus enabling aggressive action to face the challenges.

*1 SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals): Goals in sustainable development adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015, to be addressed as social issues by the international community until 2030. There are 17 goals and 169 targets established to address the issues of poverty, inequality and injustice, health, education, fulfillment in work, climate change and the environment, etc.

*2 Paris Agreement: International, multilateral agreement on arresting climatic changes that was adopted by The 21st Session of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP 21) held in Paris in 2015. The Agreement calls for holding the global temperature rise to less than 2℃ over the level before the Industrial Revolution.

Fujifilm Group's Actions on SDGs

[Image]Fujifilm Group’s Actions on SDGs

Priority Issues in SVP 2030

Under SVP 2030, the two goals of SVP 2016 to “solve social issues through business activities (opportunities)” and “remain conscious on the environmental and social impact within business processes (risks)” were combined into one, and “the environment,” “health,” “daily life” and “working style” were announced as four priority areas to be approached from the two aspects of opportunity and risk. Additionally, in promoting global business, the plan focuses on reinforcing the CSR infrastructure for the environment, ethics, human rights, etc., for the entire supply chain, as well as reinforcing governance for greater dissemination of an “open, fair and clear” corporate culture. Fifteen priority issues were defined to implement these actions.

Especially in the area of the environment, concrete numerical targets for FY2030 were established. With CO2 emissions, action will be taken to reduce emissions from the entire product lifecycle of the Fujifilm Group by 30% over the FY2013 level, along with contributing to reducing CO2 emissions in society by 50 million tons through the dissemination of Fujifilm products and services, established to offset the cumulative CO2 emission volumes from FY2017 to FY2030. In water resources, we will reduce the amount of water the entire Group uses for production by 30% over the FY2013 level, dropping below 35 million tons by FY2030. With the highly functional materials and services we use for water treatment, we also plan to contribute to the treatment of 35 million tons of water per year used by society and to achieve an environmental contribution that equals or betters the environmental impact generated by our business activities by FY2030.

In areas outside the environment, we will establish KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) in the future for all priority issues.

Promoting SVP 2030 will allow the Fujifilm Group to create new value through the development of products, services and technology and to contribute to solving social issues, and at the same time, increase its corporate value.

Characteristics of SVP 2030

Establishment of long-term goals (FY2030)

  • To become a corporation that promotes social revolution through innovation involving all employees and action on social issues from a long-term perspective.
  • 2030 was set as the target year for goals which is the base year for international social issues (Paris Agreement and SDGs).

Numerical targets for FY2030 defined for global environmental issues

15 priority issues established in the four areas of the environment, health, daily life, working style, and adding supply chain and governance

  • Priority areas redefined with attention both to “solving social issues through business activities” and “reducing the impact of our business activities.”
  • With society and customers demanding that as a global corporation we enhance our management of the entire supply chain from the viewpoint of CSR, “supply chain” has been established as a priority area.
  • “Governance” is important in preventing inappropriate accounting, and has been added as a priority area.

Note: The article on this page is taken from Sustainability Report 2017.

Related Information

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