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Hitachi’s Mission is to contribute to society through the development of superior, original technology and products. Through our Mid-term Management Plan we set out the activities needed to realize this mission.
Messages from top management about Hitachi’s commitment to the realization of a sustainable society.
We place sustainability management at the core of our business strategy and implement strategies and measures to realize a sustainable society.
Material issues for a future where protecting the Earth and the wellbeing of each individual are compatible.
Governance initiatives to promote business ethically, honestly and transparently.
Environment-related initiatives aimed at realizing a decarbonized society, resource efficient society, and harmonized society with nature.
R&D, human resource development, diversity, equity and inclusion, as well as human rights initiatives to accelerate social innovation.
Latest and back numbers of our Sustainability Report, environmental, social, and governance data, and GRI/SASB comparative tables are available.
Policies and guidelines for promoting sustainable management are available.
Achieve carbon neutrality at our own business sites
Achieve carbon neutrality through the value chain
Efficiency in use of water/resources by FY2050（compared to FY 2010 in Hitachi Group）
Digital talent(FY 2024)
Ratio of female and non-Japanese executive and corporate officers(FY 2030)
Employee engagement (Percentage of positive responses)(FY 2024)
As a corporate group that promotes sustainable management, the Hitachi Group has earned high marks from numbers of external assessment organizations.
Hitachi, Ltd. has also been certified as Prime in the ESG Corporate Rating by ISS ESG.
Hitachi, Ltd. has been selected by Corporate Knights and the NGO As You Sow for the Carbon Clean200 (Clean200), the largest 200 public companies ranked by clean revenue.
In addition to Hitachi, Ltd., several Group companies in Japan, including Hitachi High-Tech, Hitachi Systems, and Hitachi Solutions, have received Kurumin certification.
In addition to Hitachi, Ltd., several Group companies in Japan, including Hitachi High-Tech, Hitachi Systems, and Hitachi Solutions, have received Eruboshi certification.
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Based on its corporate mission of “contribute to society through the development of superior, original technology and products,” Hitachi promotes its Social Innovation Business with the aim of contributing to the realization of a sustainable society. As part of this, to play its proper role as a global corporation, Hitachi actively participates in international initiatives and groups addressing social issues on a global scale.
Became a participant in 2009.
Joined workshops organized by the Global Compact Network Japan (GCNJ) on nine different topics in fiscal 2021, including ESG, SDGs, and WEPs (the Women’s Empowerment Principles)
Became a member in 1995
Adopted SOS 1.5 project in 2020
Became a member in 2007 and has participated in the Human Rights Working Group (HRWG) since 2016
Participated in Davos Forum since 2014
Announced support for TCFD in 2018 and disclosed climaterelated information based on the TCFD recommendations
Became a member in 2018 and joined the JCI Race to Zero Circle established in 2021
Obtained accreditation of “Targets for 1.5°C ” in 2020
Became a member in 2020, along with SBT1.5°C certification
Joined in 2020, along with Business Ambition for 1.5°C commitment
Became a member in 2021