Environmental Charter & Environmental Vision

Environmental Charter
(established 1999, revised in 2010 and 2021)

Environmental Philosophy

The Kawasaki Group pursues business activities globally in key industries related to land, sea, and air, guided by the desire to contribute to the development of society through monozukuri manufacturing. In this effort, as a group, we emphasize the “realization of a carbon-free society,” “realization of a recycling-oriented society,” and “realization of a society coexisting with nature” to help solve global environmental issues, and we strive to help build a sustainable society through environmentally harmonious business activities and environmentally conscious Kawasaki-brand products and services.

Conduct Guidelines

  1. Global environmental problems are serious issues shared by people around the world and, making it a management priority to ensure that business activities are conducted in harmony with the environment,we will strive willingly and vigorously toward this goal.
  2. We will endeavor to conserve resources, save energy,recycle, and reduce industrial waste in production stages, and we will promote efforts to limit the impact of our operations on the environment.
  3. We will carefully consider environmental impact during product planning, R&D and design stages to limit as much as possible any environmental impact caused during procurement, production, distribution,utilization and disposal stages of the products we make and market.
  4. We will strive to minimize the impact our business activities have on ecosystems and engage proactively in efforts to protect these ecosystems.
  5. In seeking solutions to global environmental issues,we will develop and provide new technologies and new products that effectively contribute to environmental protection and reduced consumption of energy and natural resources.
  6. Going beyond environment-related laws, regulations,conventions, and self-established action plans in related industries, we will implement our own environmental control standards, as appropriate,and strive to improve environmental management.
  7. Through environmental training and public relations activities, we will strive to elicit greater awareness of global environmental issues among all employees and will encourage employees to perform a self-improvement review and participate in social contribution activities.
  8. We will implement an environmental management system for environmental protection activities, hold regular conferences on environmental protection activities, undertake reviews, and strive to achieve continual improvement in our environmental protection activities.

Kawasaki Global Environmental Vision 2050

Kawasaki Establishes Global Environmental Vision 2050 Pursuing Three "Frees": CO2 FREE, Waste FREE and Harm FREE

In light of the Paris Agreement enacted to restrict global warming and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations, the Kawasaki Group has announced that it will collaborate toward the realization of a sustainable society in the future, and formulated the “Kawasaki Global Environmental Vision 2050.”

Environmental Vision 2050

The embodiment of the Group’s environmental management is based on the three visions of “CO2 FREE,” “Waste FREE,” and “Harm FREE,” and the Group will contribute to controlling global warming, promoting a recycling-oriented society and protecting biodiversity toward the year 2050.


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