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Kajima Environmental Vision 2050plus announced

Having recently reviewed the Kajima Environmental Vision: Triple Zero 2050, which was first established in 2013, we updated and announced it as the Kajima Environmental Vision 2050plus.

Based on this new vision, we will promote proactive efforts in three interconnected areas: carbon neutrality, circular economy, and nature positivity. We aim to realize a sustainable world where economic activity is balanced with environmental conservation.

For details, please see below.

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Kajima Placed for the Third Time in CDP's Top-Ranking Climate Change A List

In February 2024, Kajima was recognized as a company on the Climate Change A List, as it received an A (the highest score in the climate change category) by CDP (headquartered in London, UK). CDP is a nonprofit organization committed to environmental investigations and information disclosure. This is the third time that Kajima has been placed on the Climate Change A List by CDP, after having done so in 2016 and 2020. CDP's annual environmental disclosure and assessment process is widely recognized as the global standard for corporate environmental disclosure.

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We have been reviewing the "Kajima Environmental Vision: Triple Zero 2050" formulated in May 2013 as and when necessary. Currently, the Kajima Group's 2030 greenhouse gas emissions (Scope 1 and 2 emissions*1) target is set to -42% compared to fiscal 2021. In July 2023, we acquired SBT certification*2 for this reduction target (1.5℃ level) from Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi).

In addition to working to reduce CO2 emissions in our own business activities and at the construction stage, we are also actively promoting the use of low-carbon fuels, electric heavy machinery, and green electricity, the development and use of low-carbon construction materials, and the popularization of "zero energy buildings," or ZEBs.

*1 Scope 1: Direct emissions (fuel, etc.); Scope 2: Indirect emissions (electricity, etc.)

*2 Press Release:"Kajima Acquires SBT Certification for the Target of Limiting Warming to 1.5℃"
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