Toyota Motor Corporation

09/14/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 09/15/2021 03:14




Sep. 14, 2021Social Contribution Activities has been updated
(Topics)Sep. 6, 2021Environmental Initiatives has been updated
(Topics, Videos to introduce our activities)Jun. 23, 2021Sustainability Top has been updatedJun. 23, 2021SDGs Initiatives has been updatedJun. 1, 2021Action Plan to Advance Measures in Support of Raising Next-generation Children has been updatedJun. 1, 2021Environmental Initiatives has been updated
(Topics, Videos to introduce our activities)Apr. 19, 2021Toyota aims for carbon neutrality by 2050Mar. 29, 2021Sustainability Data Book has been updated
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Toyota considers environmental and social issues of paramount importance to improving our future society, and constantly seeks to enhance governance to build strong relationships with all our stakeholders.

Sustainability Policy

Ever since its founding, Toyota has been operating its business while seeking to contribute to a more prosperous society through the manufacturing of automobiles.
At the root of its business activities always lie the Five Main Principles of Toyoda, which embody the thinking of the founder, Sakichi Toyoda.
The Five Main Principles of Toyoda, which proclaim the idea of conducting business activities for the country and society, have formed the basis for every Toyota Group company's corporate principles and conduct guidelines for employees.

Today, Toyota is entering a once-in-a-century transformational period, and is transforming itself into a mobility company that will provide all kinds of services related to people's mobility.
To boldly accelerate this transformation, Toyota has defined the Toyota Philosophy based on the main principles of Toyoda to look back on its history and use it as the signpost for the future.
Our mission is 'Producing Happiness for All.' To make people's lives and society better, we will be ahead of the times to work on research and innovation. Through technology, we aim to realize the convenience and happiness of the future and pass them on to all people in a manner that they can access.
To this end, we develop human resources with a 'YOU Perspective,' who take action in the hope of bringing happiness to someone other than themselves.
We believe that the Toyota Philosophy, which begins with the Five Main Principles of Toyoda, is in line with the spirit of the SDGs that aim to create a world in which 'Leave no one behind' is realized, and will become guidelines for the environment, society, governance and other important initiatives.

Toyota will continue to contribute to the earth's sustainability and societal development through business activities in cooperation with the global society.

Toyota Philosophy

Toyota's founding spirit and its signpost in transition to a mobility company.

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ESG and SDGs

In keeping pace with the rising expectations of stakeholders, Toyota is committed to actively promoting ESG initiatives.

  • Environmental Initiatives
  • Social Initiatives
  • Governance
  • SDGs Initiatives

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  • External RecognitionIntroduction of conditions for incorporating main sustainability indices and external recognition.
  • CSR PolicyThe CSR policy is an adaptation of the Guiding Principles at Toyota and brings in focus our relationships with stakeholders. In order to contribute to sustainable development, we believe it is essential that management fosters strong communication with all stakeholders.