Cooperation with external organizations

Cooperation and collaboration with external organizations

Our company is positively cooperating and collaborating with business organizations and initiatives in making efforts to solve social challenges.

Names Logos Activities
GX League GX League

The “GX League” was established based on the “GX League Basic Concept” announced by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. It is a platform where a group of companies, which have taken on challenges to achieve carbon neutrality early and are leading the transformation of the overall economic and social system including their stakeholders, conduct discussions and practice through cooperation with the government, educational institutions such as universities, financial institutions, etc. INFRONEER Holdings joined the “GX League” of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.

United Nations Global Compact
United Nations Global Compact (UNGC)

The United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) is a spontaneous effort in which each enterprise and organization acts as an upstanding member of society by showing responsible and creative leadership and participates in creating a worldwide framework to realize sustainable growth.

In April 2022, INFRONEER Holdings Inc. signed the UNGC and was registered as a participating company. (MAEDA CORPORATION’s signing of UNGC and participation in GCNJ were changed to INFRONEER’s signing and participation.) We support ten principles for “human rights”, “labor”, “environment”, and “Anti-Corruption” held up by the UNGC and are making efforts to realize a sustainable society.

SBT initiative
(Science Based Targets:
Reduction target based on a scientific basis)
SBT initiative (Science Based Targets: Reduction target based on a scientific basis) SBTi is an initiative for which enterprises promote setting the reduction target consistent with scientific knowledge in accordance with the Paris Agreement. The MAEDA Group obtained certification from the SBT Initiative in September 2019 for its CO2 reduction target for fiscal 2030.
(Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures)
TCFD (Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures)
TCFD is an organization established by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) in response to a request by G20, and it recommends that companies should assess and disclose the financial impact of the “risks” and “opportunities” brought by climate change.
INFRONEER Holdings Inc. assented to TCFD’s recommendation in June 2022, and has been working to enhance the disclosure of climate-related information.
(Renewable Energy 100%)
RE100 (Renewable Energy 100%) RE100 is an international initiative that aims to procure the electricity used in business activities from renewable energies on a 100% basis.
INFRONEER Holdings Inc. joined “RE100” in May 2022. For the procurement of renewable energies to be achieved by MAEDA CORPORATION, the company has set a target of “procuring electricity used in business activities from renewable energies at 60% by fiscal 2030, and 100% by fiscal 2050.”
Japan Climate Initiative JCI is a network to reinforce information transmission and opinion exchange of enterprises, local governments, NGOs, and others addressing climate change measures. Our company agrees on and is addressing the actions against climate change advocated by JCI.
Japan Business Federation

“Keidanren Committee on Nature Conservation”

We are developing various activities, such as supporting nature conservation activities in developing countries and Japan and promoting nature conservation activities in enterprises.

Japan Federation of Construction Contractors
We participate in the Japan Federation of Construction Contractors’ subcommittees, such as the global warming mitigation measures subcommittee, the biodiversity subcommittee, the civil engineering by-product subcommittee, the building by-product subcommittee, and the environmental pollution measures subcommittee, contributing to environmental activities of the entire construction industry, such as climate change measures and waste reduction.