The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a collection of global goals included in a resolution called the 2030 Agenda, which was set by the United Nations General Assembly in September 2015.
The aim of the resolution is to achieve its 17 goals by 2030 with a view towards ending all forms of poverty, fighting inequalities, and tackling climate change while ensuring that no one is left behind.
Adamant Namiki's SDGs Initiatives
Since our founding, Adamant Namiki has embraced the ism, 'one company, one family.' It means we see our organization as a family whose members support each other, with every employee showing the same kind of support and consideration not only to each other and our stakeholders, but to our community as a whole. For many years, we have initiated various activities to contribute to the community - for example, offering factory tours to the pupils at local elementary schools, holding tree planting events, and reusing/recycling uniforms. We believe that these activities within and outside our company are mutually beneficial – that a thriving community ties into a thriving business. This spirit, unchanged since our founding, has continued to be passed down to all of our group employees. Adamant Namiki aims to continue to initiate business activities with sincerity and consideration for sustainable manufacturing that preserves the health of the earth, its people, and future children.
Cleanup activities (once a year at Yamada Industrial Park)
Blood donation drives (once a year)
October 8, 2008: Received the Gold Medal for Merit from the Japanese Red Cross Society
Factory tours (for groups associated with schools and academic societies)
Sponsorship of local events and festivals
Rice-planting classes, ski schools and various other events for the children of employees
Tree planting activities in Thailand
Utilization of solar panels at Thai factory
We updated some blog posts about SDGs.