Fujitsu Gets Honor for Excellence in Environmental Reporting

By: Digital Terminal News Network
March, 05, 2012

Fujitsu announced that its 2011 Fujitsu Group Sustainability Report has been awarded the Prize for Excellence in Environmental Reporting as part of the 15th Environmental Communication Awards, sponsored by Japan's Ministry of the Environment and the Global Environmental Forum. The report was recognized for its excellence in disclosing information relating to Fujitsu Group's environmental management strategy and initiatives, as well as the company's environmental sustainability efforts.

Since 1997, the Environmental Communication Awards have been carried out annually with the goal of promoting companies' environmental communications initiatives through public recognition, while at the same time improving the quality of such communications.

With a focus this year on the theme of strategic environmental management and information disclosure, the 15th Environmental Communication Awards recognize companies and the reports that to promote their notable initiatives and information disclosure efforts.

The Fujitsu Group is currently engaged in environmental management as one of its top priorities. The company has established a medium-term environmental vision, targeted for 2020, that lays out the role and direction sought by the Fujitsu Group, as well as a concrete environmental action plan based on this vision that takes into consideration recent environmental challenges. Furthermore, through its ISO14001-certified environmental management system, the Fujitsu Group is promoting environmental management on a global scale.

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