Environmental Education

The Kyocera Group systematically performs environmental education by classifying it into general and awareness education, and professional education based on the environmental education system. Our objective is to help our employees to understand the significance of working on environmental conservation activities and the role each person plays, and thus to raise overall environmental awareness.

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 Kyocera Group’s Activities during Environmental-Awareness and
 Energy-Saving Months
The Kyocera Group (Japan) established an environmental awareness month (June) and energy-saving months (February and August), wherein the Kyocera Group focuses on environmental conservation activities including energy-saving and electricity-saving to raise environmental awareness and enhance conservation activities in each manufacturing plant and office.

In FY2013 we carried out a program called, “Summer Eco-Challenge 2012,” from June to September, in which we asked our employees for eco-ideas to save energy and electricity in our manufacturing plants and offices in order to reinforce our energy-saving and electricity-saving activities during the summertime. In addition, we held the “Green Curtain Photo Contest” and the “Children’s Environmental Contest,” in which we invited employees’ children to submit essays concerning the environment in order to enhance environmental awareness of employees’ families.
Photo: Green curtain photo contest (grand prix)

Green curtain photo contest (grand prix)

Shanghai Kyocera Electronics Co., Ltd. designated July and August as energy-saving awareness months and installed a bulletin board concerning environmental conservation, as well as held events including energy-saving education to enhance energy-saving awareness of employees. Photo: Bulletin board concerning environmental conservation

Bulletin board concerning environmental conservation

Kyocera Crystal Device (Thailand) Co., Ltd. designated December as an energy-saving awareness month and provided training for 1,100 employees on energy-saving and climate change prevention. Furthermore, the company held an essay contest and conducted an observation tour at a neighboring electric power plant. Photo: Energy-saving and climate change prevention training

Energy-saving and climate change prevention training

Photo: Observation tour at an electric power plant

Observation tour at an electric power plant

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