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Our planet is home to many organisms, but due to the effects of climate change and the deterioration of the natural environment, this biodiversity is being lost day-by-day. Over the past 50 years, the world's biodiversity has decreased by 68% (Source: "Living Planet Report 2020"). To help solve the issues with biodiversity, the Hitachi High-Tech Group launched the "Biodiversity Project" in 2015 at the Woodlands of Hitachi High-Tech Science on the grounds of Hitachi High-Tech Science's Fuji Oyama Works (Oyama, Shizuoka Prefecture). The project aims to restore the original ecosystem of the approx. 44,000 square meters of Woodlands and Grasslands that surround the R&D facility over a 50-year period. In December 2020, it received the highest rank of AAA from the JHEP certification program* for evaluating biodiversity.

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