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Introducing Canon's environmental philosophy to contribute to a future that promotes both enrichment of life and enviroment through our videos.
Various environmental initiatives that Canon Group promotes globally. There are several front runners behind each story to realize a society that promotes both enriched lifestyles and the environment in the future.
Through technological innovation and improved management efficiency, Canon aims to achieve realizing a society that promotes both enriched lifestyles and the environment.
Canon takes account of environmental impacts at each stage of the product lifecycle and works to reduce them. This applies not just to our own development.
We are tackling environmental issues such as climate change, resource depletion, pollution, and biodiversity loss on a global scale. To help leave a prosperous planet for future generations, Canon is taking various Group-wide initiatives.
Canon is contributing to a low-carbon society by working to reduce CO2 emission at all stages of the product lifecycle, including energy-efficient products design, initiatives at operational sites and production activities, and Logistics.
Canon strives to recycle products and reduce water consumption and the generation of waste from manufacturing at our operational sites.
Canon thoroughly manages chemical substances in products and those used in manufacturing processes to prevent environmental pollution and adverse effects on people’s health.
We recognize ecosystems and biodiversity as essential for sustainable society. Canon Group companies worldwide carry out various activities to conserve and protect biodiversity.
By pursuing environmental initiatives, we are contributing to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a set of 17 goals and 169 targets adopted by the United Nations in 2015 with 2030 as the target year for their achievement.