Based on its "Create cities, Nurture cities" philosophy, the Mori Building group is building relationships of trust with its various stakeholders, including business partners, and working toward the realization of a sustainable society by developing cities where residents, workers, and visitors can live healthy and active lives in mind and body.
The group has created this Sustainability website to communicate The group's approach toward sustainability and its major initiatives including the latest cases, to more stakeholders and to build a better relationship with them. The website is designed to provide comprehensive information on sustainability, including policies, systems, figures, data, and success stories, and to reflect the latest information.
FY2021 (From April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022)
Some information dating from before FY2021 and up to July 2022 is included.
Date of Latest Update
July 22, 2022
In principle, articles in this report focused on the activities of Mori Building Co., Ltd. and for some articles, the activities of the whole group or those of group companies are also included. In articles that refer to the activities of Mori Building, the term "the company" is used, and in articles that include the activities of group companies, the term "the group" is used.
Guidelines for Reference
- GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) "Sustainability Reporting Standards"
- IFRS Foundation "International Integrated Reporting Framework"
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Forecasts, Projections and Future Plans
This website contains not only past and present facts about the Mori Building group, but also forecasts, prospects and future plans valid as of the date of publication. These forward-looking statements are based on assumptions and judgments made by management in light of the information available at the time of writing. Actual results of future business activities and events may differ from those forecasted as a result of changes in conditions.