Toward realizing our Corporate Philosophy, “Powered by life sciences, we explore flavor, health and beauty for the well-being of all people and a sustainable global environment,” Mitsubishi Corporation Life Sciences Limited conducts consideration of social issues and ideal society in 2030 and 2050 and imagines what our role will be then. In doing so, we have identified materiality (material issues) and themes that the Group should address in the future.

Five Key Themes and Materiality

Food, Health, and Beauty
Innovation and Partnerships
Diversity and Human Resources
Sustainability and the Environment
Fair Governance
  • Safe, reliable, delicious food
  • Improvement of people’s health and QOL (*1)
  • Improvement of technological and comprehensive capabilities
  • Promotion of partnerships and collaborations
  • Improvement of safety, health/well-being, and job comfort/satisfaction
  • Promotion of fair recruitment and self-directed growth
  • Promotion of diversity toward creating an innovative corporate culture
  • Respect for human rights (abolition of child labor/forced labor in the supply chain, appropriate employment)
  • Reduction of food waste: Adequate food / elimination of hunger
  • Promotion of recycling: Realization of a recycling-oriented society
  • Maintenance of biodiversity: Nature conservation
  • Response to climate change / global warming
  • Appropriate use of resources, water, and energy
  • Reduction of environmental impact and prevention of pollution
  • Fair trade and anti-corruption measures
  • Strengthening of corporate governance
  • Strengthening of risk management
  • Enhancement of crisis management, emergency response capabilities, and resilience
  • 1. No Poverty
  • 2. Zero Hunger
  • 3. Good Health And Well-Being
  • 9. Industry, Innovation And Infrastructure
  • 17. Partnerships For The Goals
  • 3. Good Health And Well-Being
  • 4. Quality Education
  • 5. Gender Equality
  • 8. Decent Work And Economic Growth
  • 10. Reduced Inequalities
  • 2. Zero Hunger
  • 12. Responsible Consumption And Production
  • 13. Climate Action
  • 10. Reduced Inequalities
  • 16. Peace, Justice And Strong Institutions
  1. QOL stands for “quality of life” and is one of the indicators of level of satisfaction in life.