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FUJIFILM Holdings raises its target on reducing CO2 emissions for FY2030

Receiving certification from the “Science Based Targets (SBT) initiative”

Additional target to promote the group’s certified “Green Value Products” and have them account for 60% of total sales

FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) has updated its environmental targets for Fiscal Year ending March 2031 (FY2030) to accelerate its climate change initiatives from the approaches of “solving social issues through business activities” and “giving environmental and social considerations in business processes.”
The target to reduce Fujifilm Group’s carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions across the entire product lifecycle (from material procurement to product manufacturing, transportation, use and disposal) has been raised from 30% to 45% compared to the FY2013 level. This target has been certified as being WB2°C (well below 2°C) by the international environmental initiative “Science Based Targets (SBT) initiative”*1 for being scientifically based to meet the “2°C goal” of the Paris Agreement. The target to contribute to reduction in CO2 emissions in society by providing low-emissions products and services has been raised from 50 million tons to 90 million tons.
The Fujifilm Group has been providing environmentally conscious products and services by considering environmental impacts in the process of developing these products and services. The products and services that would significantly reduce environmental impacts are certified as Fujifilm Group “Green Value Products.” FUJIFILM Holdings introduced a new group-wide target to bring the sales ratio of “Green Value Products” to 60% of the group’s total sales.

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