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Environmental Management OKI Environmental Challenge 2030/2050

Promote fusion of environmental and management concerns, leverage OKI’s comprehensive capabilities to develop and support safer and more convenient social infrastructure, and help achieve SDGs.

Ⅰ.Towards 2030

(1) Prevention of global warming

SDGs 7/11

With regard to life-cycle CO2 emissions(※), carry out activities to generate innovation with wide range of partners, achieve reduction of 40% by 2030 (on FY2013 basis)

(2) Contribution to achieving SDGs

SDGs 3/6/7/9/11/12/13/14

Through (i), (ii) below, contribute to achieving the targeted reductions in environmental impact set out by SDGs.

  1. Generate innovative products and services and provide solutions conducive to resolving a wide range of environmental issues.
  2. Realize innovative technologies for manufacturing and creating things in the supply chain, including workplaces.

Ⅱ.Towards 2050

(1) Prevention of global warming

With regard to life-cycle CO2 emissions(※), achieve reduction of 80% by 2050 (on FY2013 basis)

(2)Contribute to realization of sustainable society

Work to develop, provide and promote innovative products and services that assist in preventing global warming and adapting climate change, as well as in resolving other environmental issues, so as to support social infrastructure.

  • CO2 emissions throughout the group in each of the processes of procurement →workplace location →distribution→ use of product by custome→disposal of end-of-life product

Background of establishment

Addressing global environmental problems is closely tied to sustainable corporate growth. More and more emphasis is being placed on corporate management that is conscious of social issues such as environmental problems. This includes the 2015 Paris Agreement, acceleration of global environmental initiatives, and the expansion of ESG investing.
Since its founding in 1881, OKI has engaged in business to contribute to solving social issues. In recent years the group has pursued business opportunities and promoted innovation by solving social issues, starting from SDGs. Taking a medium- to long-term stance, OKI Environmental Challenge 2030/2050 was established to accelerate those efforts.

Achieving our goals

The structure of the global warming problem is complex, and it cannot be resolved simply by establishing numerical targets and promoting single-stranded technology development. While keeping its eyes firmly fixed on solving the issues of society brought to light by SDGs, the OKI Group will work to create and combine multiple innovations over a wide range of fields, and in collaboration with a diverse range of partners, in order to prevent global warming. With regards to our response to the climate change that has already begun to take place, we will push even harder to further develop and provide existing products & services such as emergency systems. OKI Group’s IoT technology is also beginning to make a contribution to the diffusion of renewable energy. Environmental problems cover a wide range, so we actively promote research and development into production technology and products & services, including the management of chemical substances associated with production activities and products, prevention of pollution, recycling of resources, in order to create a fusion between environmental and management concerns.

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