Nissan Releases Sustainability Report: Emissions Down 22.4 Percent

Last week, Nissan Motor Co. issued a press release with the results of its annual Sustainability Report. In a testament to the company's dedication to reducing emissions and energy consumption, and promoting zero-emission vehicles, Nissan proudly reported that it has reduced overall all carbon dioxide emissions by more than 22 percent over the past ten years. Nissan is the highest-performing automotive company tracked by the Carbon Disclosure Project, which works with thousands of companies to tackle climate change.

"We aim to deliver further environmental progress in addition to promoting all-electric vehicles and pursuing efficiency, on energy and resource diversity, efficiency and recycling in the current year, as part of the Nissan Green Program," said Hitoshi Kawaguchi, Nissan chief sustainability officer. "This reflects the continued efforts of all Nissan employees and partners, in line with our mid-term corporate objectives."

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