Forests and Biodiversity

s a global manufacturer, Johnson & Johnson has the potential to impact biodiversity in two main areas of our value chain: the facilities where we make our products, and upstream in the places where our suppliers source feedstocks for the ingredients we buy.

Our Approach

The impacts from our facilities tend to be minimal because our manufacturing and R&D facilities are primarily located in industrialized areas, away from natural or protected areas.

To minimize potential upstream impacts, we have established internal practices to guide our selection of suppliers and to ensure we are operating in compliance with the objectives of international agreements such as the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit Sharing.

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