While striving to sincerely meet the needs and expectations of all stakeholders under our corporate vision, Mazda aims for sustainable growth as a company through our global business activities. We are determined to contribute to the sustainable development of society through efforts to resolve various social issues by making the most of our strengths.
Through environmental conservation initiatives, we aim to prevent global warming, realize a sound material-cycle society, and create a sustainable future in which people and vehicles coexist with a bountiful, beautiful earth.
Respecting diverse talents and values, Mazda understands that individuals working together each play an active role in their own way. This leads to innovation in products and services that offer true driving pleasure and emotional enrichment to our customers.
We will realize vehicles and a society where all people, wherever they live, can enjoy unrestricted mobility that offers safety and peace of mind and contributes to enriching lives and the sustainable development of local communities.
While working to build a good relationship with all stakeholders, we will continue our efforts to enhance corporate governance by ensuring compliance and making fair, transparent, prompt, and decisive decisions.
Sustainability Promotion Organization
Each department carries out its operations based on goals and plans formulated with an understanding of the policies and guidelines determined by the CSR Management Strategy Committee, which the president chairs, and in cooperation with other Group companies. From FY March 2016, the Board of Directors holds discussions on issues concerning sustainability.
CSR Management Strategy Committee
Deliberate the sustainability activities that are expected of Mazda from a global perspective, in consideration of changes in social environment.
- ●Establishment of CSR targets and follow-up of the progress in efforts
- ●Performance evaluation of the mid-term environmental plan (Mazda Green Plan)
- ●Reviewing and identifying key issues (materiality)
- ●Discuss social needs and trends, external evaluation analysis results, and etc.
Sustainability Promotion Organization
History of the Sustainability Structure
|FY March 2005||
・Began company-wide CSR initiatives
|FY March 2008||
・Mazda evaluates its CSR initiatives in the six areas referencing the Charter of Corporate Behavior issued by the Japan Business Federation (Keidanren), etc.
|FY March 2009||
・Integrated CSR initiatives and management
|FY March 2010||
・Promoted initiatives both globally and across departments
|FY March 2013||
・CSR Targets established
|FY March 2014||・Started study to review and identify key CSR issues (materiality)|
|FY March 2015 -FY March 2016||
・Disclosed the process of reviewing and identifying materiality
|FY March 2017||
・Disclosed the results of the materiality review, and the items that were identified
|FY March 2018 - FY March 2021||
・Continued the process of reviewing and identifying materiality
|FY March 2022||
・Completed the process of reviewing and identifying materiality
Sustainability Promotion throughout the Entire Value Chain
In cooperation with suppliers and dealerships, Mazda has established a sustainability initiative promotion system throughout the entire value chain. The Company places emphasis on dialogues with stakeholders, to ensure that its sustainability initiatives not only comply with international rules as well as the laws and regulations of each country/region, but also respect local history, culture, and customs.
Long-Term Vision for Technology Development “Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030”
In 2007, Mazda announced the “Sustainable Zoom-Zoom” long-term vision for technology development. Based on that vision, Mazda has worked to provide both driving pleasure and outstanding environmental and safety performance.
In August 2017, Mazda announced “Sustainable Zoom-Zoom 2030,” its long-term vision for technology development that looks ahead to the year 2030. In light of the significant changes in the global automobile industry, the new vision takes a longer-term perspective and sets out how Mazda will make use of driving pleasure—the fundamental appeal of the automobile—to help resolve issues facing the earth, society, and people.