The Mitsubishi Estate Group has adopted as its fundamental mission the goal of creating a truly meaningful society by building attractive, environmentally sound communities where people can live, work and relax with contentment. Putting this mission into practice itself underpins Mitsubishi Estate's CSR activities, all of which are aimed at helping realize the sustainable growth of the Company and society as a whole. At the same time, Mitsubishi Estate believes that the promotion of CSR activities will directly lead to the improvement of its corporate brand. All Group employees share the Mitsubishi Estate Group Code of Corporate Conduct as ethical guidelines to achieve the mission. Meanwhile, with the aim of promoting Groupwide CSR activities, the Company has established a CSR Committee, chaired by the president. With the CSR Committee serving as the central driver, we are proactively implementing a wide variety of CSR activities that draw on the Group's distinctive features.

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The United Nations Global Compact

Mitsubishi Estate has signed the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) advocated by the United Nations and was registered as a participating company on April 19.
The UNGC is a voluntary initiative under which each company and group demonstrate responsible and creative leadership to act as good members of society and achieve sustainable growth. Since it was proposed by then-UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan in 1999, more than 13,000 companies and groups around the world have joined.
In line with the Ten Principles of the UNGC in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, Mitsubishi Estate will continue to contribute to the development of a sustainable world by establishing targets and policies suited to its business and pursuing them using the PDCA management cycle.

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Mitsubishi Estate considers compliance as not simply the adherence to legal standards, but as meeting the expectations of people in society at large, not to mention the adherence to internal company rules and ethical corporate standards. Furthermore, because we recognize how essential compliance is to the profit base of the Company, we view the maintenance of a compliance system as a priority task of management. Moreover, all Group employees are deepening their awareness of compliance issues while proactively promoting compliance-focused activities.

Environmental Management

The Mitsubishi Estate Group has clarified its commitment to proactively contribute to societal efforts aiming to reduce its environmental impact.
Under its Environmental Slogan, "For Sustainable Cities, For the Sustainable Earth,"Mitsubishi Estate is leading sustainable urban development that gives due consideration to such environmental aspects as biodiversity by aggressively implementing initiatives toward realizing a low-carbon, recycling-oriented society in partnership with its customers. Specifically, we are implementing various initiatives to reduce the environmental impact in general in the Otemachi, Marunouchi and Yurakucho areas through public-private collaboration.
Actual initiatives are categorized into those with direct or indirect results. Initiatives with direct results include the introduction of high-efficiency air-conditioning systems and "dry mist" generators as well as the arrangement of roof-top and external-wall greenery on our properties. In fact, the Shin-Marunouchi Building has started the use of 100% renewable, "fresh green electricity. " Also, in the Residential Business, we are actively promoting the development of the ecofriendly "soleco" system, which combines a solar power generation system and a central high-voltage power transmission system. On the other hand, initiatives with indirect results involve the staging of environment-related events and seminars, which are aimed at promoting environmental awareness and the dissemination of environmental information.

Mitsubishi Estate Group Human Rights Policy

The Mitsubishi Estate Group’s basic mission is to build attractive, environmentally sound communities where people can live, work and relax with contentment, thus contributing to the creation of a truly meaningful society. Over its history of more than 100 years in urban development, the Mitsubishi Estate Group has raised its corporate value and prospered by addressing social issues and continuing to create social value.
The Mitsubishi Estate Group Code of Conduct and the Mitsubishi Estate Group Guidelines for Conduct form the base of our approach to ensuring that the Group works to resolve social issues independently and flexibly. One important section in the Guidelines for Conduct, in particular, concerns respect for human rights and diversity. It explains the Group’s approach to maximizing value by drawing on diversity and respecting human rights.
This Mitsubishi Estate Group Human Rights Policy (hereafter, “Human Rights Policy”) details specific principles concerning human rights in accordance with the Code of Conduct and Guidelines for Conduct, and it applies to all employees and corporate officers of the Mitsubishi Estate Group. The Human Rights Policy is intended to ensure that we, as good corporate citizens, reaffirm the importance of respecting human rights and work to fulfill our responsibility to respect the fundamental human rights of one another and all other stakeholders of the Group.

Social Contribution

As a good corporate citizen, the Mitsubishi Estate Group engages in a wide range of social contribution activities centered on promoting its harmonious coexistence with communities, its environmental preservation and social welfare activities, and its support for culture and the arts. For example, during the fiscal year under review, Mitsubishi Estate participated as a supporter in the La Folle Journee au Japon "Days of Enthusiasm" Music Festival 2011, held small concert events in the Marunouchi and other areas, implemented "Experience Nature" projects nationwide to promote communication between urban and rural people, and hosted the annual Dazzling Art Competition a drawing contest for disabled children throughout Japan.

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Small concert event held as part of the La Folle Journee au Japon "Days of Enthusiasm" Music Festival 2011 (a number of concerts were held at the MARUCUBE atrium on the first floor of the Marunouchi Building as well as at many other places in the Marunouchi and other areas between April 28, 2011 and May 5, 2011).

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"Experience Nature" project to revitalize abandoned farmland in Yamanashi Prefecture (May 2010)

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Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum and Ichigokan Square

Mitsubishi Estate Group Anti-Corruption Guideline

Mitsubishi Estate Group Anti-Corruption Guideline (PDF 157KB)