Environment : Activities for reducing our own environmental burdensBiodiversity conservation

Recognizing that corporate activities benefit from the riches of the Earth's biodiversity while at the same time impacting it, the Fujitsu General Group will work to conserve biodiversity and utilize natural resources in a sustainable manner.

Fujitsu General Group Biodiversity Action Principles

In order to specifically tackle biodiversity under the Fujitsu Group common philosophy, we rearranged the "Fujitsu Group Biodiversity Conduct Guidelines" of Fujitsu Limited for Fujitsu General and formulated the "Fujitsu General Biodiversity Action Principles" in 2012.

Afforestation activities

Fujitsu General Group is working on the conservation of a sustainable natural environment through afforestation and Satoyama (Village) activities. As an event of "World Environmental Day”, FGA (THAILAND) CO., LTD. carried out afforestation activities around the office and participated in the mangrove conservation project implemented on the nearby river.

Afforestation activities around the office (left) and "Mangrove conservation project” (right) at FGA (THAILAND) CO., LTD.

Water resource conservation activities

Fujitsu General Group participates in regional activities to conserve the water resources around our business sites. FGA (THAILAND) CO., LTD. participated in the “Environmental Quality Monitoring Project” organized by Thailand Industrial Estate Corporation and carried out the garbage collection in the nearby residential area and coast aiming to restore marine coastal resources and enhance the awareness of conservation.

Also, Matsubara Business Office participated in the “Yamato River/Ishikawa Clean Operation” organized by the River Environment Division of Osaka Prefecture. The number of participants is increasing year by year, and 20 people including employees, their families and business partners participated in the activity this time and collected garbage such as plastic pieces and empty cans. The water quality is improving and trout have been moving up to this river since several years ago.

“Environmental Quality Monitoring Project” at FGA (THAILAND) CO., LTD.

“Yamato River/Ishi River Cleanup Strategy” at Matsubara Business Office

Establishment of ecosystem network with biotope

Hamamatsu Business Office opened a biotope in the green area of the premises in FY2012 and are maintaining it. In the biotope, Yaritanago (Tanakia lanceolate) and Matsukasagai (Pronodularia japanensis) which are rare species designated as endangered species IA (Note 1) in the Shizuoka Prefecture RDB are conserved and at present, the natural breeding is confirmed. There are many other animals and plants including Minamimedaka (Oryzias latipes or Japanese rice fish, semi-endangered species in Shizuoka Prefecture RDB), Shirobanasakuratade (Persicaria japonica), Higanbana (Lycoris radiate or red spider lily) inhabiting and growing.

Whole view of the biotope of Hamamatsu Business Office, and Yaritanago and Matsukasagai which are conserved outside the growing area.

Fauna and flora inhabiting and growing in the biotope are introduced in the following page.

Note 1:
Species with extremely high risk of extinction in the near future in the wild.