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Environment

Environmental Policy

The Seibu Group’s Environmental Policy 

Numerical targets

The Group aims to reduce CO2 emissions per unit of operating revenue by 25% by fiscal 2030 compared to fiscal 2018.

Response to Climate Change

Information Disclosure Based on TCFD Recommendations 

Governing Structure

      

Scope of Coverage Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Seibu Group Sustainability Committee Number of meetings SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. Times
Seibu Group Sustainability Actions Promotion Council Main operating companies
  • Main operating companies…Seibu Holdings, Seibu Railway, Seibu Prince Hotels Worldwide, Seibu Realty Solutions,Seibu Bus, Seibu Lions, Izuhakone Railway, Ohmi Railway, Seibu Landscape
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GHG emissions (CO2 emissions)

      

Unit Mar. 31 ,2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Scope1 t-CO2 225,867 216,663 159,507
Scope2t-CO2 482,000 462,943 391,382
Total  t-CO2 699,813  667,519 539,148
GHG emissions intensity
(CO2 / operating revenue)
t-CO2 / millions of yen 1.23655  1.20363 1.59956

CO 2 reductions associated with electricity sales

      

Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Amount of renewable energy power sold t-CO2 8,054 12,086 11,741
  • Scope of application: Seibu Holdings Inc. and the group's all units.
  • Base year is FY2018.
  • The Group contributed to environmental conservation through its business activities. CO2 emissions are calculated after deducting the expected CO2 reduction associated with electricity sales.
  • Calculated in accordance with the Act on the Rational Use of Energy and the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures.
  • CO2emissions from purchased electricity are calculated based on CO2 emissions factor after adjustment.
  • CO2 emissions from purchased electricity at overseas units are calculated based on CO2 emissions factor after adjustment.
  • Emission factors are used to calculate CO2 reductions from renewable energy power sold.
  • In FY2020, CO2 emissions per basic unit of energy consumption increased by 40.4% compared to the base year, and energy-derived CO2 emissions decreased by 23.0% compared to the base year
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Energy consumption

      

Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Gasoline kl 1,493 1,441 1,243
Kerosenekl 11,359 11,056 8,100
Light oil kl 28,108 27,332 22,004
Heavy oil A kl 4,829 4,651 2,870
LPG, LNG  11,536  10,603 6,682
City gas 1,000㎥  33,105  31,747  23,256
Heat   GJ  89,586  87,239  61,562
Electricity 1,000kWh  1,016,214  997,609  879,609
(including purchased electricity) 1,000kWh  1,011,746  993,196  875,852
(including renewable energy power consumed) 1,000kWh  4,468  4,413  3,757
Total 1,000GJ  13,863  13,522  11,377
  • Electricity is the sum of the purchased electricity and renewable energy power consumed.

Amount of renewable energy power sold

      

Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Amount of renewable energy power sold 1,000kWh 16,107 24,767 24,980

Please see the link for data before 2017. 
The past data shows the total figure combined from each unit of Seibu Group which is in accordance with the Act on the Rational Use of Energy

Water Use

      

Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Total water withdrawal 1,000㎥ 13,039 12,795 9,445
Total water discharge 1,000㎥ 8,869 8,618 6,682
Amount of reused water 1,000㎥ 286 315 102
Water withdrawal per unit
(water withdrawal/operating revenue)
 t-CO2/
millions of yen
23.03913 23.07132 28.02059
  • Scope of application: Seibu Holdings Inc. and the group's all units.
  • For group units that do not individually measure the amount of water discharge, the amount of water withdrawal was applied.
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Volume of resources used

      

Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Copy papers purchases 1,000 sheets (A4 size) 126,043 121,294 81,673
Plastic containers and packaging products purchasest 66.1 60.9 10.7
  • *(January 21, 2022) The figure of plastic containers and packaging for FY2021/3 has been revised.
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  • Scope of application: Seibu Holdings Inc. and the group's all units.
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Volume of industrial waste

      

Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Volume of industrial waste t 11,134 11,461 6,681
  • Scope of application: Seibu Holdings Inc. and the group's all units.
  • The amount of industrial waste is calculated based on an Industrial Waste Management Sheet called the Manifest .
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Amount of food waste

      

Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Amount of food waste t 5,198 4,500 1,759
  • Scope of application: group units that generate large amount of food waste.
  • This applies to food-related businesses that generate large amount of food waste-100 tons or more a year.
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Volume of chemical substances handled

        

Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Volume of PRTR chemical substances handled t 185.0 141.0 170.4
Volume of PRTR chemical substances emitted and transferred t 2.0  1.0 1.0
  • Scope of application: group units subject to PRTR System.
  • Click here for details on PRTR method. (Ministry of the Environment website)
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Emissions of air pollutants

        

Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
NOx emissions t 137.2 134.5 97.8
Soot and dust emissions t 0.0 0.0 0.0
Sox emissions t 0.0 0.0 0.0
Voc emissions t 0.0 0.0 0.0
Particulate matter (PM) emissions t 2.1  1.5 0.8
Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) emissions 3.9  4.3 3.1
  • Scope of application: group units subject to Air Pollution Control Act,  Automotive NOx and PM Law and Water Pollution Control Law.
  • Click here  for details on Air Pollution Control Act (Ministry of the Environment website)
  • Click here  for details on Automobile Nox and PM Law (Ministry of the Environment website)
  • Click here  for details on the Water Pollution Control Law (Ministry of the Environment website)
    Other
  • This report has been compiled based on the Ministry of the Environment's Environmental Reporting Guidelines 2018.
  • In principle, the fiscal year starts on April 1 and ends on March 31.
  • Update in August 2021.

Society

Action Guidelines for Directors and Employees

Seibu Group Code of Corporate Ethics / Principles of Conduct 

*Compliance with laws and regulations, respect for human rights, prohibition of lavish or inappropriate gifts or entertainment, prohibition of discrimination, etc.

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy 

Seibu Group Basic Policy on Diversity Promotion

Seibu Group Basic Policy on Diversity Promotion 

Human Rights Policy

Seibu Group Human Rights Policy 

Numerical target

Numerical targets common to the four main companies by 2025
Ratio of women in management positions (equivalent to section managers) 15%
Annual leisure acquisition rate 80%
Male fertility rate 50%

  • ※ Four main companies…Seibu Holdings, Seibu Railway, Seibu Prince Hotels Worldwide, Seibu Realty Solutions

Safety and Health

         

Scope of Coverage Unit Mar. 31,2019 Mar. 31,2020 Mar. 31,2021
Number of occupational accidents requiring time-off from work Main 4 companies Number of case 53 54 32
Number of occupational accidents not requiring time-off work 175 143 94
Percentage of employees undergoing health checkups % 98.8 98.8 97.7
Implementation rate of specific health guidance program 19.8 24.8 37.3
  • ・Main 4 companies・・・Seibu Holdings, Seibu Railway, Seibu Prince Hotels Worldwide, Seibu Realty Solutions

Donation

      

Scope of Coverage Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Donation SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. millions of yen 121 80 24

Diversity Data

For details, please refer to the Diversity page .

Governance

Policy on Corporate Ethics

Seibu Group Code of Corporate Ethics / Principles of Conduct 

*Compliance with laws and regulations, respect for human rights, prohibition of lavish or inappropriate gifts or entertainment, prohibition of discrimination, etc.

Systems to ensure that business is conducted properly

The Seibu Holdings’ Basic Policy on Internal Controls 

Human Rights Policy

Seibu Group Human Rights Policy 

Executive Data

   

Scope of Coverage Unit Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021 Mar. 31, 2022
Number of Directors Number of internal directors Male SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. Persons 8 8 7
Female
Total 8 8 7
Number of independent outside directors Male 3 3 2
Female 1 1 2
Total 4 4 4
Total 12 12 11
Ratio of independent outside directors SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. % 33.3 33.3 36.4
Ratio of female directors SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. % 8.3 8.3 18.2
Number of Audit & Supervisory Board Members Number of Internal Audit & Supervisory Board Members Male SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. Persons 2 2 1
Female
Total 2 2 1
Number of Independent Audit & Supervisory Board Members Male 2 2 2
Female
Total 2 2 2
Total 4 4 3
Ratio of Independent Audit & Supervisory Board Members SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. % 50.0 50.0 66.7
Ratio of female Audit & Supervisory Board Members SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. %
Number of Nomination Advisory Committee members Number of Internal Nomination Advisory Committee Members Male SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. Persons 2 2 2
Female
Total 2 2 2
Number of Independent Nomination Advisory Committee Members Male 3 3 2
Female 1 1 2
Total 4 4 4
Total 6 6 6
Number of Remuneration Advisory Committee members Number of Internal Remuneration Advisory Committee Members Male SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. Persons 2 2 2
Female
Total 2 2 2
Number of Independent Remuneration Advisory Committee Members Male 3 3 2
Female 1 1 2
Total 4 4 4
Total 6 6 6
Number of Executive Officers Male SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. Persons 9 9 8
Female
Total 9 9 8
Ratio of Women Executive Officers SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. %
  • ※ The number and ratio of directors are the number and ratio after the ordinary general meeting of shareholders held during each fiscal year.
  • ※ Information for the fiscal years ending March 2020 through March 2022.
   
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Board meetings

   

Scope of Coverage Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Board Meetings Number of Board Meetings SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. Times 17 19 19
Board Meeting Attendance % 98.2 99.0 98.4
(Including Attendance of Independent Directors at Board Meetings) 93.8 98.7 94.7
Audit Committee Meetings Number of Audit Committee Meetings SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. Times 15 14 15
Audit Committee Meeting Attendance % 100 100 100
(Including Attendance of Independent Auditors at Board Meetings) 100 100 100
Nomination Advisory Committee Meetings Number of Nomination Advisory Committee Meetings SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. Times 1 1 1
Attendance of Nomination Advisory Committee Meetings % 100 100 100
Remuneration Advisory Committee Meetings Number of Remuneration Advisory Committee Meetings Times 3 2 4
Attendance of Remuneration Advisory Committee Meetings % 100 100 96.7
Number of Seibu Group Corporate Ethics Committee Meetings SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. Times 5 4 5
Number of Corporate governance Council Meetings 1 1 1
Number of Management Council Meetings 20 22 21
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Executive Compensation

   

Scope of Coverage Unit Mar. 31,
2019※4
Mar. 31,
2020※5
Mar. 31,
2021※6
Remuneration for Directors(Excluding independent outside directors) Basic remuneration※1 SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. millions of yen 241 241 193
Share compensation plan※2 Annual
Long-term 57 77
Stock options 67
Total remuneration, etc. 308 298 270
Remuneration for Audit & Supervisory Board Members(Excluding Independent Audit & Supervisory Board Members) Basic remuneration※3 SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. millions of yen 29 29 29
Share compensation plan※2 Annual
Long-term
Stock options
Total remuneration, etc. 29 29 29
Remuneration for Indeperdent Outside Directors Basic remuneration SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. millions of yen 82 87 90
Share compensation plan※2 Annual
Long-term
Stock options
Total remuneration, etc. 82 87 90
  • ※1 The annual upper limit of directors’ basic remuneration as determined by a resolution of the General Meeting of Shareholders is ¥660 million (including ¥120 million for outside directors, excluding salaries paid to employees serving concurrently as directors).
  • ※2 To handle share allocations, the Board Benefit Trust (BBT) has been established. The upper limit of the amount transferred to the trust for every three fiscal years is ¥300 million for the annual incentive and ¥450 million for the long-term incentive.
    The amount of share compensation (annual incentive and long-term incentive) corresponds to the share acquisition costs recorded in the relevant fiscal year and is based on the number of points awarded to each director.
  • ※3 The annual upper limit of the basic remuneration for Audit & Supervisory Board members is ¥100 million.
  • ※4 As for FY2018, during their term as directors of the Company, the eight directors who served concurrently as directors of a subsidiary (including the one who retired on June 21, 2018) received corporate officer remuneration and other benefits from the subsidiary.
    The total amount of that was ¥199 million.
    Additionally, one Audit & Supervisory Board member who serves concurrently as a fulltime Audit & Supervisory Board member of a subsidiary has received corporate officer remuneration and other benefits from the subsidiary in the amount of ¥21 million.
  • ※5 As for FY2019, during their term of office as directors of the Company, the three directors who served concurrently as directors of a subsidiary received corporate officer remuneration and other benefits from the subsidiary, the total amount of which was ¥167 million.
    Additionally, one Audit & Supervisory Board member who serves concurrently as a fulltime Audit & Supervisory Board member of a subsidiary has received corporate officer remuneration and other benefits from the subsidiary in the amount of ¥21 million.
    As the annual incentive is linked to business performance and the award conditions were not met in the FY2019, no provision was recorded.
  • ※6 As for FY2020, during their term of office as directors of the Company, the three directors who served concurrently as directors of a subsidiary received corporate officer remuneration and other benefits from the subsidiary, the total amount of which was ¥124 million.
    Additionally, one Audit & Supervisory Board member who serves concurrently as a fulltime Audit & Supervisory Board member of a subsidiary has received corporate officer remuneration and other benefits from the subsidiary in the amount of ¥21 million.
    Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the basic remuneration of directors (excluding outside directors) was reduced.
    The annual incentive is a form of parformance-linked remuneration. The Board of Directors has decided that, due to the impact of COVID-19, no performance points will be awarded for the year ended March 31,2021, so no corresponding provision of points was recorded in the accounts.
    Due to the impact of COVID-19, a large deficit was recorded in the accounts for the year ended March 31, 2021.
    The difficult operating conditions are expected to continue into the year ending March 31, 2022.
    Although there is no weakening of our firm commitment to meet the goals of the Medium-Term Management Plan, the Board of Directors has resolved that no points will be awarded under the stock-based remuneration(annual incentive) system for the year ending March 31, 2022.
  
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Compliance

   

Scope of Coverage Unit Mar. 31, 2019 Mar. 31, 2020 Mar. 31, 2021
Number of consultations and reports via the internal help line The Seibu Group Reports 200 230 201
Number of times learning for the Code of Conduct SEIBU HOLDINGS INC. Times 5 3 3