Kyocera recognised by CDP for its outstanding environmental transparency and achievements

April 23, 2024

Kyocera manufactures cutting tools for a wide range of industries (Courtesy Kyocera)
Kyocera manufactures cutting tools for a wide range of industries (Courtesy Kyocera)

Japan’s Kyocera Corporation has secured a place on the A List 2023 for the third time. This achievement was awarded by the international non-profit organisation CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) for outstanding environmental transparency and achievements in the fight against climate change. The list, which includes fewer than 400 companies globally, recognises Kyocera’s ongoing efforts aiming to be a leader in environmental disclosure and to actively shape a sustainable future.

A direct consequence of this recognition is Kyocera’s repeated classification as a Supplier Engagement Leader by CDP. For the fifth consecutive year, the award recognises Kyocera’s comprehensive strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout its supply chain. By aiming to reduce emissions by 46% by fiscal year 2031 compared to 2020 and increasing the use of renewable energy by 20X (compared to 2014), Kyocera is said to be committed to taking significant steps towards climate neutrality by 2051 and supporting the global effort to limit global warming to below 1.5°C.

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The company has also been named to Clarivate‘s Top 100 Global Innovators 2024 list for the eighth consecutive year. Kyocera stated that these awards are also considered an incentive to continue to be at the forefront of technological progress and environmental protection.

In addition to a broad product portfolio, Kyocera manufactures Powder Metallurgy cutting tools for a wide range of industries.

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