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Environmental Enlightenment for Employees in FY2011

Mizuho's Eco–Action Declaration

In fiscal 2011, 36,480 employees pledged participation in household electricity saving activities through the Mizuho's Eco–Action Declaration.

As a result, Mizuho donated 1,824 seedlings in total to the greenery promotion areas including the Umi–no–mori (Sea Forest) project in Tokyo Bay and through group company branches to local schools and facilities.

List of Donation Destinations

Seedling Donations through Mizuho
Destinations Summary Photo
Shichigahama town, Miyagi 300 seedlings donation of Nippon daisy, flower of Shichigahama town, as a support to "Shobudahama Reconstruction festival" Photo: seedlings donation of Nippon daisy, flower of Shichigahama town
Ome kaminariki Forest environment conservation area, Tokyo 13 seedlings donation to the Forest environment conservation area of Tokyo Greenship Action, a Tokyo Metropolitan Government forest management program. Photo: A tree–planting project on Ome kaminariki Forest environment conservation area
Umi–no–mori (Sea Forest), Tokyo 500 seedlings donation to an environmental project by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to create a forest on trash landfill in Tokyo Bay, to try to reduce CO2 emissions and mitigate the heat island effect in central metropolitan areas. Photo: Sea Forest
Miyakejima island, Tokyo A tree–planting project on Tokyo's Miyakejima, an island where a volcanic eruption destroyed much of the greenery. 473 seedling donations are made through Engei Agri Center, an NPO. Photo: A tree–planting project on Tokyo's Miyakejima
Ebisu–chou Park, Izumiotsu city, Osaka 500 seedlings donation to the Ebisu–cho park which Osaka designated as one of "Osaka Green Promotion Area" Photo: Ebisu–chou Park
Seedling Donations through Divisions and Branches
Destinations Division/Department and/or Branch as Donators Photo
Fuchu Nature Park, Toyama City MHBK Toyama Branch, MHCB Toyama Corporate Banking Division, MHTB Toyama Branch, MHSC Toyama Branch, MHIS Toyama Branch Photo: Fuchu Nature Park
Nishi–shinagawa nursery school, Shinagawa ward, Tokyo TCSB Life Insurance Company Asset Trust Department Photo: Nishi–shinagawa nursery school
Soseikai General Hospital MHSC Private Banking Department Photo: Soseikai General Hospital
Special nursing home for the elderly Megumi–no–Sato MHBK Imazato Branch Photo: Special nursing home for the elderly Megumi–no–Sato
Izumi elementary school, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo MHSC Legal Division Photo: Izumi elementary school
Midorigaoka elementary school, Atsugi city, Kanagawa MHBK Atsugi Branch Photo: Midorigaoka elementary school
Heiwa Hospital MHBK Tsurumiekimae Branch Photo: Heiwa Hospital
Zushi Kaisei Junior and Senior High School
Zushi Tourism Association
MHBK Zushi Branch
  • Photo: Zushi Kaisei Junior and Senior High School
  • Photo: Zushi Tourism Association
Social welfare corporation Shogaku–kai Sojiji nursery school
Social welfare corporation Shogaku–kai Sojiji Honcho–dori nursery school
MHBK Tsurumiekimae Branch Photo: Social welfare corporation Shogaku–kai
Yokohama City Municipal Integrated School Nishikanazawa Elementary / Junior High School MHSC Hachioji Branch Photo: Yokohama City Municipal Integrated School Nishikanazawa
Mure 7–chome Small Park (Mitaka city, Tokyo) MHBK Mitaka Branch Photo: Mure 7–chome Small Park

Volunteers for Forestry Activities

As part of Mizuho's tree seedling donation program under its Eco–Action Declaration, 83 Mizuho employees and their families volunteered to plant trees for Tokyo's Umi–no–mori, Sea Forest project, as did 22 employees for the Ebisu–cho Park, Izumiotsu city, Osaka.

Since fiscal 2007, Mizuho employees have also been taking part in Tokyo Greenship Action a Tokyo Metropolitan Government forest management program, thinning trees and clearing underbrush to do their part in preventing global warming and helping preserve biodiversity. In fiscal 2011, 27 Mizuho employees and their families volunteered for forest conservation activities in Ome Kaminariki Forest environment conservation area, Ome city, Tokyo.

Photo: Forest Conservation Voluntary Activities in Ome Kaminariki

Forest Conservation Voluntary Activities in Ome Kaminariki Forest environment conservation area, Ome city, Tokyo

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