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Executive Message
Vision and Structures
Corporate Philosophy (P4-6)
Corporate Governance(P7)
Compliance(P8)
Environmental Aspects
Energy/Global Warming(P10-18)
Further reduce CO2 emissions in Toyota´s global operations
Promote initiatives to improve traffic flows using a variety of networking technologies
Promote the development of technologies to achieve the best fuel efficiency performance in each country and region
Reduce CO2 emissions in TMC´s production activities
Promote the development of clean-energy vehicles, and encourage their effective introduction to ensure wider market acceptance
Reduce CO2 emissions in the logistics activities of each country and region
Develop technologies to respond to the diversification of energy and fuel sources
Examples of Overseas Initiatives (CO2 emissions reduction)
Recycling of Resources(P19-23)
TMC initiatives to promote the effective use of resources to further contribute to the realization of a recycling-based society
Steadily implement recycling systems in Japan and Europe
Further promote and expand the use of designs based on the designs for recycling concept
Examples of Overseas Initiatives (Volume of waste, water consumption)
Substances of Concern(P24-25)
Promote management and further reductions in the use of substances of concern
Examples of Overseas Initiatives
Reduce the discharge of substances subject to PRTR due to TMC production activities
Atmospheric Quality(P26-27)
Reduce emissions to improve air quality in urban areas in all countries and regions
Examples of Overseas Initiatives
TMC's VOC emissions reduction activities
Environmental Management(P28-39)
Basic concepts with regard to the environment
Promote new businesses that contribute to environmental improvement
Implementation structure
Steadily reduce environmental impact over the entire vehicle lifecycle through implementation of Eco-VAS (Eco-Vehicle Assessment System)
Strengthen consolidated environmental management
TMC´s production environment management
Further promotion of environmental management at business partners
Examples of Overseas Initiatives
Enhance the content of environmental education
FY2006 status of company-wide environmental policies
Other Businesses(P40-41)
Housing Business
Special Story(P42-43)
Opening of Toyota Motor Thailand's Third Plant with the Goal of Achieving World-leading Environmental Performance
Appendix(P44-50)
Fourth Toyota Environmental Action Plan
Environmental Data for FY2006 Japanese New Models and Redesigns (Passenger Vehicles)
Environmental Accounting
Environment-related Awards (FY2006)
Status of Major Environmental Data for FY2006
Main Companies Subject to Consolidated EMS in Japan, Continued Reporting
Volume of Resources Input and Volume of Substances Discharged from Production Plants and Logistics Activities in FY2006
Status of ISO 14001 Certification, List of Overseas Affiliates in the Report, Environmental Glossary
CO2 Conversion Coefficients to Calculate CO2 Emissions Volume
Social Aspects
Relations with Customers(P52-56)
Aiming to Achieve Zero Customer Complaints
Universal Design
Initiatives to Enhance Quality
Examples of Overseas Initiatives
Relations with Employees(P57-63)
Sharing the Toyota Way
Safety and Health
Human Resource Development
Examples of Overseas Initiatives
Respect for Diversity
Relations with Business Partners(P64-68)
Collaboration with Suppliers
Examples of Overseas Initiatives
Collaboration with Sales Networks
Relations with Shareholders(P69)
Global Society/Local Communities(P70-83)
Initiatives toward Improving Traffic Safety
Culture and the Arts
Basic Principles and Policies of Social Contribution Activities
Community Care
The Environment
Examples of Overseas Social Contribution Initiatives
Traffic Safety
Communication
Education
Examples of Overseas Initiatives (Communication)
Special Story(P84-85)
Self-reliance for Overseas Production Affiliates through Human Resources Development
Economic Aspects
Business Results and Geographic Segment Information(P86-87)
Three-Year Chronology Summary of Overseas Initiatives (Social Aspects) by Stakeholder Group, Websites for Overseas Affiliate´s Reports(P88)
Independent Report(P89)

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