Honda Issues “Honda ESG Data Book 2024”

By Toey

TOKYO, June 27, 2024 – (JCN Newswire via SeaPRwire.com) – Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today issued the Honda ESG Data Book 2024 and posted it on the company website. (See below for the link.)

For a diverse range of Honda stakeholders, the Honda ESG Data Book 2024 comprehensively summarizes the approach and initiatives Honda is taking concerning sustainability from the perspectives of ESG (Environment, Social, and Governance). 

As one of the tools to enhance communication with its shareholders, Honda has been issuing the “Honda ESG Data Book” as well as the “Honda Report” on an annual basis. In contrast to the Honda Report which focuses on sharing stories about how Honda will enhance its corporate value into the future, the ESG Data Book primarily summarizes the basic approach Honda is taking to sustainability, the initiatives in each of the ESG areas and data related to the performance and achievements of Honda in each area.

Honda ESG Data Book 2024

Japanese language version: https://global.honda/jp/sustainability/report/

English language version: https://global.honda/en/sustainability/report.html

Honda is striving to evolve as a company to continue creating new value based on its unchanging desire since its founding – to “help people and society” and “expand people’s life’s potential.” By further enhancing opportunities to communicate with its stakeholders through the ESG data book and other communication materials, Honda will further advance its sustainability initiatives and strive to continue to be a company society wants to exist.

Main contents of the Honda ESG Data Book 2024:

Honda approach to sustainabilityEnvironmental initiativesSocial initiatives (safety, quality, human rights, human resources, supply chain management and social contribution activities)Governance initiatives (corporate governance, compliance and risk management)Performance data (data related to each of ESG areas).

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