What we believe
Honda strives to be “a company that society wants to exist.” We believe we have a responsibility to apply our innovation, influence and initiative to making our communities and the world better places to live and work. The cornerstone to our philosophy is Respect for the Individual.
Corporate Social Responsibility Annual Report
Honda seeks to be a company that society wants to exist, creating products and technologies that improve the lives of people, while minimizing the environmental impacts of our products and business operations to ensure a sustainable future for society. Click here to see how Honda companies and our associates worked to achieve this goal in fiscal year 2018.
Honda’s Anti-Human Trafficking Policy
Honda strives to be a company society wants to exist. To that end, we have enacted an anti-human trafficking policy. This policy outlines the efforts Honda makes to seek to eliminate human trafficking, slavery, forced labor and child labor from its global supply chain.
We constantly strive to enhance corporate governance. Our aim is to have everyone from customers to society to investors place the same kind of trust in our company that they’ve placed in our products since American Honda opened its first storefront California in 1959.
Corporate Responsibility Statement
We are a company built on dreams that inspire us to create innovative products that enhance human mobility and benefit society. We see “The Power of Dreams” as a way of thinking that guides us and inspires us to move forward. The strength of our company comes from this philosophy—based on the visionary principles of our founder, Soichiro Honda.
Commitment to sustainability
Honda’s ongoing actions to effectively minimize the company’s impact on the environment, including waste reduction, resource conservation and energy efficiency improvement are detailed in the Honda Sustainability Report 2017, which summarizes Honda’s approach to sustainability as well as activities/initiatives Honda has undertaken based on key challenges identified in non-financial areas.