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Noriaki Abe

Noriaki Abe,

President & CEO, Asian Honda Motor Co.,Ltd. Chairman,
Honda Asia & Oceania Environmental Committee


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Work as a “Team Honda.” We will keep moving forward and
continue to be a company that the Asia & Oceania society wants to exist

Welcome to the all-new Honda Asia & Oceania Sustainability Website.

In order for us to promote our communications with our society, we have newly set up our own website, covering our sustainable activities this year.

As a mobility company that aims to realize a sustainable society, we pursue sustainability through addressing the issues of the environment, safety, quality, and society. In the area of environment, we have continuously extended our efforts and advanced our performances to reduce negative footprints on the earth. We aim to realize “the joy and freedom of mobility and a sustainable society where people can enjoy life,” as stated in The Honda Environmental and Safety Vision. Honda’s global goal in the environmental area is to reduce 50% of total corporate CO2 emissions by 2050 compared to 2000 levels.

In order to promote our environmental initiatives across the globe, we have further enhanced our activities by giving each region increased autonomy. The same approaches taken to reduce CO2 emissions by half by 2050 globally have been taken in this Asia & Oceania (A&O) region across all business lines. We emphasize A&O local development, purchasing, manufacturing and sales to respond to customer needs, while addressing the sustainability of the environment.

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About this website

This website covers Honda’s environmental activities in the Asia & Oceania region - Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Taiwan, Korea, Australia and New Zealand. The activities include the overall direction of Honda’s environmental initiatives, and a current assessment of the environmental impact of its operations mainly for the fiscal year that began April 1, 2014, and ended March 31, 2015 (FY2015). Please take note that the website also refers to activities in FY2015 as well as to previous ongoing initiatives.