Sustainability has been an integral part of the Roche business for 125 years. Our sustainability goals ensure that our business aligns with the environmental, social and governmental imperatives shared by the international community.
Building on the trust and reputation between our customers and us, Roche aims to pursue greater impact in economic, societal and environmental areas with the consideration of the business’ four key pillars of sustainability – patients, society, environment, and people
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of waste diverted from landfills to alternate fuel sources
of local energy consumption from renewable sources
women in leadership team, including the Managing Director
Climate change is a major threat to Australians’ health and wellbeing. Over the past two years, the continent has been ravaged by a series of extreme weather events, from the massive “Black Summer” and bushfires to the storms, cyclones and floods rampaging across the nation in 2021.
These calamities not only have the potential to cause illness, but they also exacerbate health conditions and cause rippling socioeconomic effects such as food shortages.
Australia played a leading role in the scaling of national COVID-19 testing capacity, launching Australia’s first automated commercial real-time PCR test in March 2020 and utilising our large base of instruments to rapidly develop testing solutions for the country and providing laboratories with instant capacity for testing.
OneRoche Climate Change Taskforce
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Supporting diabetes patients at risk of stroke, heart disease