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Targets and Results

Eisai's Charter of Business Conduct states that the Company shall strive to develop and maintain good relationships with its stakeholders, including patients and people in the daily living domain, shareholders, and employees. We recognize that in order to achieve such a good relationship, it is important for us to contribute to the sustainability of society based on our long-term vision.

Therefore, among Eisai’s Material Issues, we strive to track the progress of our initiatives by setting long-term quantitative targets for issues that are of particular interest to our stakeholders and that we believe will contribute to the sustainability of society. We intend to move forward with setting such goals and enhancing the disclosure of actual results.

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Material IssuesInitiativesIndicatorsTargetsResults (As of the End of Fiscal 2022)
Business that takes the global environment into account Initiatives for the Formation of a Carbon-free Society Scope 1+2 CO2 emission SBT1.5℃ target (fiscal 2023-)
Reduce Scope1 and Scope 2 GHG emissions by 55% by fiscal 2030 from base year fiscal 2019
60.2% decrease (compared with fiscal 2016)
Net-Zero target
Achieve Net-Zero by 2050
Scope 3, Category 1 CO2 emission SBT1.5℃ target (fiscal 2023-)
Reduce Scope3 (Category 1) GHG emissions by 27.5% within the same timeline
40.1% increase (compared with fiscal 2016)
* The method for calculating Scope 3, Category 1 emissions based on purchased goods and services has been changed to improve its accuracy along with setting the SBT 1.5°C targets, resulting in a significant increase emissions in fiscal 2022.
The ratio of renewable energy usage for all electric power Achieving 100% usage by fiscal 2030 95.4%
Material IssuesInitiativesIndicatorsTargetsResults (As of the End of Fiscal 2023)
Maximization of the value of human resources Promote DE&I The ratio of female employees among all employees (Japan) Achieving 30% or more by fiscal 2030 27.9%
The ratio of women in managerial positions (Japan) Achieving 30% or more by fiscal 2030 12.8%
The ratio of directors in their 30s or younger (Japan) Achieving 20% or more by fiscal 2030 8.0%
The ratio of male employees taking a leave on childbirth and paternity leave for at least 5 days (Japan) Achieving 50 % or more by fiscal 2030 88.2%

For more information on Eisai’s initiatives to address the above material issues, please click here.

Scope 1: Direct emission of GHG released into the air by the use of fossil fuel in business activities
Scope 2: Indirect emission of GHG with use of electricity and steam purchased from others
Scope 3: Indirect emission of GHG by supply chain excluding Ӱҵ
Scope 3, Category 1: Emissions based on purchased products and services