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MITSUBISHI ESTATE GROUP 2030 GOALS FOR SDGs

Key Theme 2: Diversity & Inclusion

Urban development that responds to lifestyle
and human resources trends
and facilitates active participation for all

Related SDGs

Opportunities and Risks

Opportunities Risks
  • Increasing demand for facilities and services to meet needs of global customers
  • Alleviation of labor shortages through acceptance of foreign workers into Japan
  • Rise in demand for facilities and services that respond to diverse lifestyles, workstyles, and consumption styles, such as the acceleration of teleworking and freelance working
  • Growth in demand for facilities and services tailored to new needs due to demographic changes
  • Increasing demand for facilities and services tailored to the concept of universal design, such as barrier-free layouts
  • Increasing country-specific risks and compliance risks, including supply chain management
  • Declining demand for facilities and services with inadequate provision for diversified needs
  • Decreasing demand for facilities and services accompanying demographic changes (decline in working population, etc.)
  • Decreasing user numbers and rise in vacancy rates in the event of a late response amid an increase in demand for facilities and services tailored to the concept of universal design, such as barrier-free layouts

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Main Values Provided

  • Borderless urban development with respect for diverse backgrounds worldwide
  • Socially inclusive urban development
  • Abundant and comfortable urban development responding to demographic and lifestyle changes

Targets

  • Strengthen hospitality and realize stress-free cities
  • Respect different lifestyles, local customs, religions, and sexual orientation
  • Establish traceability of timber to be used in businesses

OUR ACTION

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