Declaration of Support for Initiatives and Organizations in Which Sekisui Chemical Group Participates

Declaration of Support for Initiatives and Organizations in Which Sekisui Chemical Group Participates

Sekisui Chemical Group respects international norms and standards regarding CSR, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, ISO 26000, the OECD's Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises, the ILO's International Labor Standards, and the United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights as well as Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (Ruggie Framework). In March 2009, Sekisui Chemical signed the United Nations Global Compact*.
In compiling and issuing its 2020 CSR Report, Sekisui Chemical Group conforms to the “Core” options of the internationally recognized Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) standards. In addition, Sekisui Chemical Group is a supporter of the Japan Climate Initiative (JCI) Declaration. As such, the Group is joining the front line of the global push for decarbonization from Japan.

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  • United Nations Global Compact:
    A voluntary program in which top management of firms around the world pledge to comply with 10 principles on subjects such as human rights, labor standards, the environment, and anti-corruption efforts within the scopes of influence of their firms and participate in building a global framework for realizing sustainable growth.

Declaration of Support for the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and Information DisclosureDeclaration of Support for the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) and Information Disclosure Based on Its Recommendations

Sekisui Chemical Group declared its support for the TCFD*1 in January 2019. The Group began disclosing information*2 based on TCFD recommendations from July 2019.
By promoting information disclosure*2 based on TCFD recommendations, the Group will build a sustainable management foundation including relationships of trust with its stakeholders going forward.

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    The TCFD recommends that companies analyze the impact of climate change on their financial status and disclose information about their strategies to respond based on those impacts.
  • *2
    Information Disclosure based upon on the TCFD Statement of Support

Major OrganizationsMajor Organizations in Which Sekisui Chemical Group Participates

Organization, Committee, Conference, etc. Main Positions Undertaken by Sekisui Chemical
Group Personnel Including Directors
Japan Business Federation Vice Chairs of the Board of Councilors
Committee on Urban Policy and Housing Development,
Japan Business Federation
Japan Chemical Industry Association Director and Vice Chairman
The Japan Plastics Industry Federation Director
Kansai Chemical Industry Association Chair
Japan PVC Pipe and Fittings Association Chair, Representative Director
FRPM Pipes Association of Japan Chair
Lift-in Method Research Institute Chair
Federation of Japan Water Industries, Inc. Director
Japan Federation of Housing Organizations Director
Japan Prefabricated Construction Suppliers and Manufacturers Association Managing Director
The Machinami Foundation Director
Consortium for Building Research & Development Vice Chair
The Provision of Quality Housing Stock Association (SumStock) Vice Chair
Japan Adhesive Tape Manufacturers Association Chair
Environmentally Symbiotic Housing Promotion Council  
New Energy Foundation  
Elderly Service Providers Association  
Smart Wellness Housing R&D Consortium  
Senior Housing Association  
Japanese Conference on Overseas Development of Eco-Cities  
Japan Housing Association  
Geo-Heat Promotion Association of Japan  
Association for Ground water and thermal energy
Resources Enrichment and Activation
Japan Sewage Pipe Renewal Method Association  
Nature Environment Coexistence Technology Association  
Japan Initiative for Marine Environment (JaIME)  
Japan Clean Ocean Material Alliance (CLOMA)