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Biodiversity and Environmental CSR

Respecting and cherishing all living species on our planet 

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Biodiversity — plants, animals and micro-organisms — all rely on each other, as well as the air, water and soil ecosystems. Both businesses and humans are negatively affected by biodiversity loss, and the risks of jeopardizing the health of our critical ecosystems are great.

At Ricoh, we support a sustainable society. This includes not only reducing our environmental impact, but working to conserve biodiversity and enhance ecosystems. We believe these activities will not only heal the present environment, but set the stage for future repair and recovery.
 
 
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Conserve biodiversity and enhance ecosystems

The following activities highlight Ricoh's commitment to supporting a sustainable society.                                                                                                                                                                                  

Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC)-certified pollinator garden

Protecting pollinators is one of the important aspects of biodiversity conservation. Native pollinators (like bees) help plants bear fruit — which provides food to other wildlife — and they increase the health of local ecosystems.

Thanks to WHC's support and our employee volunteers, our corporate land in West Caldwell, New Jersey is home to a pollinator garden. Certified by WHC in Fall 2015, it provides a positive impact on local wildlife and raises awareness of our employees nationwide. 
 
 

Marine wildlife conservation

Removing debris from shorelines is not simply a matter of clean-up, but also a critical conservation effort for marine wildlife. We encourage our employees to donate time and energy to these activities; current sites include Sandy Hook, New Jersey; Michigan City, Indiana; and numerous sites across Canada, including Calgary, Ontario, Toronto and Québec City.
 
 

Marine wildlife conservation

Removing debris from shorelines is not simply a matter of clean-up, but also a critical conservation effort for marine wildlife. We encourage our employees to donate time and energy to these activities; current sites include Sandy Hook, New Jersey; Michigan City, Indiana; and numerous sites across Canada, including Calgary, Ontario, Toronto and Québec City.
 
 
Illustration describing biodiversity and environmental impact on the planet.
 
 
 
 

Marine wildlife conservation

Removing debris from shorelines is not simply a matter of clean-up, but also a critical conservation effort for marine wildlife. We encourage our employees to donate time and energy to these activities; current sites include Sandy Hook, New Jersey; Michigan City, Indiana; and numerous sites across Canada, including Calgary, Ontario, Toronto and Québec City.
 
 
Photo of a bee resting on a white flower.

Conserve biodiversity and enhance ecosystems

The following activities highlight Ricoh's commitment to supporting a sustainable society.                                                                                                                                                                                  

Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC)-certified pollinator garden

Protecting pollinators is one of the important aspects of biodiversity conservation. Native pollinators (like bees) help plants bear fruit — which provides food to other wildlife — and they increase the health of local ecosystems.

Thanks to WHC's support and our employee volunteers, our corporate land in West Caldwell, New Jersey is home to a pollinator garden. Certified by WHC in Fall 2015, it provides a positive impact on local wildlife and raises awareness of our employees nationwide.