Kyocera Group Long-term Environmental Targets

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Since the Paris Agreement took effect in 2016, governments and businesses have been advancing toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The Kyocera Group positions response to climate change as a priority task and set its long-term environmental targets in 2018. These targets have been certified as SBT (Science-Based Targets) by the SBT Initiative, an international environmental organization.

Kyocera Group Long-term Environmental Targets
· Scope* 1, 2 GHG emissions: Reduce 30% by 2030 compared to 2013 levels (SBT certified)
· Scope 1, 2, 3 GHG emissions: Reduce 30% by 2030 compared to 2013 levels (SBT certified)
· Renewable energy adoption: Increase 10x by 2030 from 2013 levels

*  Scope 1: Direct emission associated with fuel consumption and production processes
*  Scope 2: Indirect emission associated with consumption of power or heat purchased from outside
*  Scope 3: Indirect emission other than Scope 1 or 2 (Including procurement of raw materials, transport, use and disposal of products, as well as employee commuting and business trips)

Scope1,2 and Scope1,2,3 targets have been certified as SBT (Science-Based Targets) by the SBT Initiative, an international environmental organization. SBT(Science Based Targets)

In parallel to this goal, Kyocera is also targeting a 10x increase in renewable energy adoption by 2030 compared to 2013 levels. By setting this target, Kyocera will continue to work toward the achievement of a sustainable, low-carbon society through implementation of new environmental and renewable energy approaches including the installation of off-site renewable energy generating systems which are capable of supplying power for production.
Greenhouse gas emission(Scope1,2)
Greenhouse gas emission(Scope1,2,3)
   
 
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