Fujifilm Holdings was recognised for its actions and strategies to reduce emissions and manage climate risks in its supply chain in the past reporting year. Over 4800 firms were assessed by CDP and given a Supplier Engagement Rating, based on answers to selected questions about governance, targets, scope 3 emissions, and value chain engagement of their response to the CDP 2019 climate change questionnaire and their overall CDP climate change score.

Fujifilm is among the top 3% of organisations assessed by CDP, and one of 159 companies on the Leaderboard this fiscal year. The firm was also named on ‘CDP Climate Change A List’ for its efforts against climate change, resulted in receiving the highest rank in two categories. CDP is a global non-profit that drives firms and governments to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, safeguard water resources and protect forests.

Fujifilm is actively promoting actions on climate change based on its belief, upheld since its foundation that ‘environmental conservation is at the core of its corporate activities’. Under its CSR plan ‘Sustainable Value Plan 2030,’ the firm strives to reduce the CO2 emissions across the entire lifecycle of products and at the same time, contribute to CO2 emissions reduction in society by encouraging wider use of the company’s low-emission products and services.