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Preserving the world around us



At the heart of every product, every idea, and every initiative lies the thought, “how will this make the world a better place?” Canon U.S.A.’s deep belief in being socially responsible is what drives our passion and support for programs that support the environment as well as the local communities we’re a part of.

Eyes on Yellowstone

Since 1995, Eyes on Yellowstone, an education and research program, has been made possible through Canon U.S.A.’s proud sponsorship with Yellowstone Forever.

Canon’s sponsorship of Yellowstone Forever contributes to important scientific research and helps break new ground in conservation, endangered species protection, and the application of cutting-edge science and technology that is essential to managing Yellowstone National Park’s delicate ecosystems and wildlife.

Summer in the Park
Summer is the most popular time of year to visit Yellowstone. Upwards of 2 million people will pass through the park between June and August. Daily activities include boating, camping, fishing, guided trips, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, ranger-led programs, and wildlife watching. Wildflowers cover the mountains by mid-July, making for perfect photo opportunities. While some wet weather may roll through, temperatures stay around a comfortable 70°F (25°C) and occasionally 80°F (30°C) at lower elevations.

Observing the Sounds
The natural soundscape of Yellowstone Ecosystem delights visitors. Natural soundscapes are a resource and are protected by National Park Service policies. Many visitors come to national parks to enjoy serenity and solitude and expect to hear sounds of nature.

The Sounds of Yellowstone
The scientists who study Yellowstone work on creating a 100% immersive experience, even if you can’t visit the park. "Telemetry" refers to the wireless transmission of information, often via radio waves, from one location to another. These downloadable podcasts can be found on the National Park website and range from the sounds of the smallest members of the Yellowstone ecosystem, to encounters with some of the fiercest wildlife.

Recent Podcasts
Pivot Point - One family's dramatic encounter with a grizzly bear. Listener discretion is advised.
Tigers of Yellowstone - Did you know there are tigers in Yellowstone? They are not always obvious to the naked eye, but the role they play in Yellowstone is huge.
More episodes and audio clips

Sharing the Knowledge
Located in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, Yellowstone National Park was established by the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872. Yellowstone is at the northeastern end of the Snake River Plain, a great U-shaped arc through the mountains that extends from Boise, Idaho some 400 miles to the west. The volcanism of Yellowstone is believed to be linked to the Snake River plain. The most famous geyser in the park, and perhaps the world, is Old Faithful. You can stream the geyser 24 hours a day through the Canon livestream.
August 25th – National Park Service “birthday.”

Dan Stahler, Park Biologist, Yellowstone National Park
presents 'Study of Wolves' to Canon Melville Employees.

Full and Edited Versions of Dan Stahler's Videos

Yellowstone National Park Biologist presents 'Study of Wolves' (23:18)

Yellowstone National Park Biologist presents 'Study of Wolves' (2:48)

Yellowstone National Park Biologist presents 'Study of Wolves' (2:41)

NPS / Jacob W. Frank

Double rainbow over Roosevelt Arch

NPS / Jacob W. Frank

Old Faithful erupts under a clear summer sky

NPS / Jacob W. Frank

Wildflowers on Beartooth Pass

NPS / Jacob W. Frank

Beartooth Falls along Beartooth Scenic Highway

Conservation begins at home

At Canon U.S.A., we don’t just make products that improve people’s lives, we try to design products that have a minimal impact on the environment. In fact, as part of our ISO 14001 certification, we work hard to manage the environmental aspects of our activities, services, and products. In this way, we’re doing more every day to protect places like Yellowstone National Park.

Toner cartridge recycling
In 1990, Canon launched a toner cartridge collection and return program, the first in the industry. It has allowed Canon to recycle Canon cartridges with cooperation from customers. But that’s not all. Canon’s development of recycling technologies helps to reduce our dependence on natural resources and helps to reduce waste.

Energy efficient from top to bottom
Canon U.S.A. takes great pride in the many certifications and partnerships we are a part of, including:

    ENERGY START® - Canon has received a number of ENERGY STAR awards since 1996 including the 2016 and 2017 Partner of the Year – Product Brand Owner Awards, and the 2018 Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award.

    SmartWay® Transport Partnership - In 2015, Canon was awarded the SmartWay Excellence Award for our efforts to reduce transportation-related emissions and improve freight supply chain efficiency.

    ISO 14001 Certification - Canon’s Environmental Management System is incorporated into business operations for Canon U.S.A. and more than 700 other Canon sites worldwide, and helps the company establish objectives and targets to reduce the environmental impact associated with our activities, services, and products.

    EPEAT® - To be added to the EPEAT Registry, an imaging device must meet strict, comprehensive criteria that considers, among other things, the design, production, longevity, energy efficiency, and use of recycled and recyclable materials with ongoing independent verification of manufacturer claims. For a complete list of EPEAT-registered Canon products and to learn more about the registry visit EPEAT.net.

    LEED® Certification - Canon Americas’ Headquarters in New York and Canon’s Customer Experience Center in California have been awarded LEED Gold certification, a prestigious recognition for the design, construction, operations, and maintenance of high-performance green buildings

Committed to being a good corporate citizen and the world community
Being socially responsible has been part of Canon U.S.A.’s culture for decades. In recognizing that our corporate activities are supported by the development of society as a whole, we aim to achieve growth through sound and fair business activities while contributing to the realization of a better society as a good corporate citizen.