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Activities to Preserve Biodiversity

The Group is making comprehensive efforts towards the realization of a “low carbon society”, a “recycling-oriented society” and a “society in harmony with nature”, which together make up the three conditions for a “sustainable society”. Among them, the realization of a “society in harmony with nature” requires that biodiversity is properly maintained, that human beings live in harmony with nature on earth, and that it remains possible for us to enjoy the blessings of our ecosystem. We would like to contribute to the recovery and maintenance of the ecosystem through activities aimed at conserving biodiversity.

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Mangrove Tree Planting Activity

Toshiba Information Equipment (Philippines) Inc.

In a mangrove forest in the province of Bulacan, facing Manila Bay, we planted 1,000 mangrove saplings with local residents and students. The planted mangroves grow strong roots on black sand beaches, protect the coastline as a natural breakwater, and maintain the water quality and ecosystems. The rich fisheries nurtured by the mangroves also support the lives of neighboring fishing villages.

Mangrove Tree Planting Activity

Sea turtle conservation activities

Toshiba Information Equipment (Philippines) Inc.

Our sea turtle conservation activities started in 2019. We participated in a sea turtle stocking activity on a beautiful sandy beach in Rabak, Cavite province, which is visited by many tourists. As well as spawning sea turtles, we also cleaned up the beach. We will continue to engage in the environmental conservation of beaches to conserve marine ecosystems.

Sea turtle conservation activities

Freshwater Fish Stocking Activity

Toshiba Semiconductor Thailand Co., Ltd.

We participated in the stocking of more than 300,000 freshwater fish in the vast reservoir of a huge dam built by King Rama IX on the border between Prachin Buri and Sa Kaeo. The released freshwater fish contribute to the conservation of the ecosystem and the revitalization of the local fishing industry.

Freshwater Fish Stocking Activity

Activities to Protect Chrysanthemum Japonense

Himeji Toshiba E.P. Corporation

Chrysanthemum japonense, or noji-giku, which is a type of flower unique to Japan, has white petals that bloom around a yellow tubulous flower. Chrysanthemum japonense has been popular since ancient times and is also the ‘prefectural flower’ of Hyogo prefecture. It is, however, designated as Rank C in IUCN’s Red List as a Near Threatened (NT) species of Hyogo prefecture. Preserving and Cultivating at the Plant.

Activities to Protect Chrysanthemum Japonense

Preparing the river for the return of fireflies!

Japan Semiconductor Corporation  Oita Operations

The activity started in 2010, to prompt a return of fireflies to Kitahanagawa River, located adjacent to Oita Operations. Activities continued in collaboration with local residents and in 2015 fireflies could be observed.
Observation sessions are held annually, together with neighborhood children in the years. About 150 fireflies were observed in 2019.

Preparing the river for the return of fireflies!

Protection of Ezo salamanders

Toshiba Hokuto Electronics Corporation

Ezo salamanders, whose whole body is dark brown with a golden pattern, is endemic to Hokkaido, but concerns about a decrease in its spawning areas has seen it designated as a noteworthy species on Hokkaido’s Red List. We are carrying out ex-situ conservation activities such as protecting and breeding Ezo salamanders, spawning and hatching them, and then returning them into the wild. When we try to feed them, all the hiding salamanders stare right at us. We feel a certain ‘cuteness’ that beams from their round eyes.

Protection of Ezo salamanders
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