Canon Environmental Conservation Activity
The program started in 2006 with employees and their families learning about biodiversity from an expert.
- 2011.7 The Daishihashi Mud Flats - Protecting Nearby Mud Flats
- 2010.5 Learning about the Local Natural Environment and Culture
- 2009.12 The Tama River Project PART III
- 2009.7 The Tama River Project Part II
- 2009.5 The Tama River Project Part I
- 2008.10 Ikegami Honmonji
We provide the Oze Preservation Foundation, Tokyo Rangers and other environmental conservation groups with Canon-made equipment to help their activities.
Clean-up activities around Canon business offices
Canon Group employees and their family are active participants in regular clean-up activities around Canon business offices and along commuting routes.
- 2012.6 Tamagawa Riverside Beautification Activity
- 2009.1 Canon Electronics Inc. - Community cleaning activity around the Chichibu site.
- 2009.1 Canon Marketing Japan Inc. - Voluntary community cleaning by employees.
Eyes on Yellowstone
An education and research program in partnership with Yellowstone National Park, Eyes on Yellowstone is made possible by Canon.
Canon Forestry Program "Generation Green"
Canon U.S.A. has implement its "Canon Forest Program" for some Canon's environmentally friendly "Generation Green" products. Under the program, Canon U.S.A. will plant one tree for every 10 products purchased and registered.
The Canon Envirothon is an exciting and fun way for high school students throughout North America to learn about the environment and the issues facing this and future generations.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. has provided corporate support for NATURE since 1990.
WWF Conservation Partner
(C)Michel GUNTHER / WWF-Canon
Canon Europe became one of WWF's first Conservation Partners in 1998. As a Conservation Partner, we belong to a select group of world class multinational companies which provide major funding to WWF's global conservation work to aid its environmental practices.
Supporting the China Wildlife Photography Training Camp
Canon China and Wild China have been jointly sponsoring lectures, the lending of photographic equipment, and on-site research regarding wildlife photography by environmentalists and researchers who gather from all over China.