At the 21st United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21), the Paris Agreement was adopted and a target was set to limit the increase in global average temperature to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels.
NH Foods Group is cognizant that climate change is a pressing issue in people’s lives and our business activities, and we are working to cut emissions throughout the Group such as by reducing CO2 emissions, using energy efficiently.
Please refer to promotion systems on the environmental management page.
In particular, a director is in charge of operation of climate change initiatives.
The Sustainability Committee debates important policies, the development of measures,and initiatives related to climate change.The matters discussed and decided on by management committees are taken up for discussion by the Board of Directors.
The NH Foods Ltd. participates in the Japan Climate Initiative.CDP Worldwide-Japan,the World Wide Fund for Nature(WWF Japan), and the Renewable Energy Institute serve as the secretariat for the Japan Climate Initiative. This network aims to strengthen the distribution and exchange of information among companies, local governments, NGOs, and others in Japan and to achieve a low-carbon society.
On June 2020, we have with the proposal presented by the TCFD (Task Force on Climate related Financial Disclosures) and became a member of TCFD Consortium.
The NH Foods Group has set medium-term environmental targets in order to realize “Vision 2030”, and works together with external organizations in efforts to conserve energy and resources, and reduce the environmental burden.
Changes in CO2 Emissions and Energy Consumption
The Group will continue to promote measures to reduce carbon dioxide emissions such as through energy-saving activities.
- Note1: Emissions basic unit
Primary unit of each intesity is per unit of product.
- Note2: Transition of CO2 emissions about Scope 1,2 from fossil fuel and it's intensity.
The Group will determine greenhouse gas emissions throughout the entire supply chain and take reduction measures.