Recently, Thermo Fisher Scientific (hereinafter referred to as “Thermo Fisher”), the global leader of enabling scientific and technological progress, released the 2022 annual corporate social responsibility report, deeply interpreting its strategic layout in the field of environmental, social, and governance (ESG), and highlighting its unremitting efforts and fruitful results in the field of corporate social responsibility.

Mission driven, creating a better world through global initiatives
Adhering to the mission of helping customers make the world healthier, cleaner and safer, Thermophile has continuously improved its Sustainable Development Goals and continued to fulfill its social responsibilities. In 2022, Thermofly further increased its carbon reduction target – achieving a 50% reduction in absolute greenhouse gas emissions from direct and indirect emissions by 2030 compared to 2018. In addition, it is planned that by the end of 2027, Thermofly will assist over 90% of its suppliers in setting their own scientific carbon emission targets and contributing to global carbon reduction.
In the past year, Thermofly has established partnerships with multiple international organizations to improve transplant diagnosis and increase the chances of organ transplantation for patients with related diseases; A new electron microscope was launched to help customers promote drug discovery for Degenerative disease and help them live a healthier life. At the same time, Thermophile also supports researchers around the world to accelerate the research on climate and Microplastics pollutants, and helps automobile manufacturers improve the efficiency of electric vehicles with innovative solutions, and work together to create a cleaner environment in all walks of life. In addition, Thermofly also ensures human survival and ecological environment safety through its cutting-edge water quality monitoring and analysis technology, as well as food safety testing solutions.
Centered around the four key pillars of environment, employees, community, and operations, Thermofly has also achieved remarkable achievements in the new year. In terms of environmental protection, Thermofly’s goal of achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050 has been approved by the Scientific Carbon Target Initiative (SBTi) and has achieved a 25% reduction in absolute greenhouse gas emissions, both direct and indirect, compared to 2018. In terms of employee care, Thermofly continues to create a diverse and inclusive workplace, continuously increasing the proportion of female employees. At the same time, for the community, Thermofly has reached over 89500 students through various corporate social responsibility projects, with employees volunteering for over 120000 hours throughout the year, and continuously improving the accessibility of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education worldwide. In addition, in the company’s operations, Thermofly actively evaluates the ESG performance of its direct suppliers and continues to fulfill the company’s ESG commitments.
Empowering the local community and jointly shaping a sustainable future with Chinese wisdom
In China, Thermo Fisher combines its mission with China’s development strategy of “continuously promoting green development and promoting harmonious coexistence between humans and nature”, using innovative solutions tailored to China to safeguard a cleaner environment and help achieve the dual carbon goal. For the lithium battery industry, Thermofly has launched a complete solution covering the entire upstream and downstream industry chain, empowering the entire process of lithium batteries from raw material extraction, production and processing, to material recycling and reuse. In the field of new pollutant prevention and control that has attracted widespread public attention in recent years, Thermofly has developed a diversified product portfolio and complete solutions, supporting the entire process of sample collection, preparation, analysis, and data processing for environmental testing, and comprehensively evaluating the environment