Honda Issues “Honda Sustainability Report 2022"
June 28, 2022 — TOKYO, Japan
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today issued the Honda Sustainability Report 2022.
For the various Honda stakeholders, the Honda Sustainability Report 2022 comprehensively summarizes Honda’s approach to sustainability and initiatives toward the realization of the Honda 2030 Vision to serve people worldwide with the “joy of expanding their life’s potential,” from the perspective of ESG (Environment, Social and Governance).
In an effort to further enhance the transparency and credibility of its disclosures, starting this year’s report, Honda expanded the scope of third-party assurance to cover disclosures related to societal issues in addition to environmental disclosures. The report also introduces the Honda Human Rights Policy, which Honda newly established to ensure fulfillment of its responsibility to respect the human rights of all stakeholders affected by its business activities, based on Honda’s Fundamental Beliefs that include “Respect for the individual.”
Front cover of Honda Sustainability Report 2022
This report is in accordance with Global Reporting Initiative (“GRI”)’s “Comprehensive” option which is one of the GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards*. The GRI Standards also define the GRI Content Index, which is a sustainability reporting template that offers a quick overview of reported sustainability information. As with previous years, GRI verified the accuracy of the GRI Content Index of this year’s Sustainability Report.
Honda intends to continue reporting to its stakeholders about how the corporate activities of the Honda and its group companies are connected to society in various ways. Moreover, Honda will incorporate stakeholder feedback to Honda’s sustainability-focused management for the future to increase its corporate value and to better contribute to the realization of a sustainable society. With that, Honda will strive to be a company society wants to exist.
Honda Sustainability Report 2022
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* The international non-financial reporting standards published by the GRI (Global Reporting Initiative), a global institution and a collaborating center of UNEP (United Nations Environment Program), that develops globally applicable standards for sustainability reporting. Publicity materials relating to this press release are available at the following URL: https://news.honda.co.jp/en/ (The site is intended exclusively for the use of journalists.)
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