Press release

EIZO recognized as a CDP Supplier Engagement Leader for climate change response for second consecutive year

Press release

EIZO announced that it has been recognized as a Supplier Engagement Leader, the highest rating, for the second consecutive year by the CDP, an international not-for-profit organization that operates a global disclosure system for managing environmental impacts.

The CDP’s annual Supplier Engagement Rating (SER) evaluates a company’s supply chain engagement as it relates to climate issues based on responses to four key areas of the CDP Climate Change Questionnaire related to governance, targets, ambition management, and supplier engagement. EIZO was selected as a Supplier Engagement Leader, receiving an “A” score. By engaging with their suppliers on climate change, Supplier Engagement Leaders play a crucial role in the transition to a net-zero sustainable economy.

In line with EIZO’s corporate philosophy of “Through the pursuit of imaging solutions with advanced technologies, we enrich people in their professional and personal lives,” EIZO has continued to carry out environmentally conscious product manufacturing and business activities.

EIZO is further accelerating Response to Climate Change and Supply Chain Management, EIZO’s materialities, by implementing information disclosure based on TCFD recommendations and obtaining SBT certification for its GHG (greenhouse gas) emission reduction targets, with the understanding and cooperation of our suppliers. In May 2023, EIZO established its “Transition to Net Zero” climate transition plan, under which EIZO aims to achieve Net Zero GHG emissions by the year 2040. EIZO will continue to contribute to the realization of a decarbonized society through these and other initiatives.


About CDP

CDP is a not-for-profit charity that runs the environmental disclosure and assessment system for companies, cities, states, and regions to manage their environmental impacts and is widely recognized as the global standard for this topic. The CDP Questionnaire survey is fully aligned with the TCFD, and its scores are widely used to inform investment and purchasing decisions for a sustainable and resilient Net Zero society. In 2023, more than 740 signatory financial institutions with more than US$136 trillion in assets requested disclosure of data on environmental impacts, risks, and opportunities through CDP's platform, and a record number of nearly 24,000 companies complied.