Casio has identified and calculated greenhouse gas emissions produced by its own business activities (Scope 1 and Scope 2) and emissions located upstream and downstream in the overall value chain (Scope 3). Casio has calculated CO2 emissions for 11 out of 15 categories of Scope 3 CO2 emissions, excluding four categories with little impact, with reference to the GHG Protocol, which is the international standard. Scope 3 emissions (in the categories Casio calculated) accounted for approximately 93.76% of all emissions in fiscal 2021, which is similar to the previous fiscal year. Within Scope 3, purchased goods and services accounted for the greatest share, about 64.01%.
Going forward, Casio will promote efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout the entire value chain with a particular focus on encouraging major suppliers to set targets for greenhouse gas emission reductions with regard to CO2 emissions related to purchased goods and services.
|Scope/Category||CO2 emissions in fiscal 2021|
|1 Purchased goods and services||262,264.1||64.01%|
|2 Capital goods||10,799.6||2.64%|
|3 Fuel- and energy-related activities not included in Scope 1 or Scope 2||3,580.2||0.87%|
|4 Upstream transportation and distribution||54,328.4||13.26%|
|5 Waste generated in operations||110.7||0.03%|
|6 Business travel||1,527.5||0.37%|
|7 Employee commuting||1,497.0||0.37%|
|8 Upstream leased assets||118.9||0.03%|
|9 Downstream transportation and distribution||-||-|
|10 Processing of sold products||-||-|
|11 Use of sold products||18,795.6||4.59%|
|12 End of life treatment of sold products||9,611.6||2.35%|
|13 Downstream leased assets||17,277.0||4.22%|