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Under its environmental philosophy of "a Symbiosis of People, Vehicles and Nature," Nissan contributes to resolving environmental challenges based on social needs together with long-term vision. It is our view that the human capacity to show kindness and concern will form the basis of environmental protection. As we strive to understand the environment better, all of us at Nissan bring to our activities a shared concern for people, society, nature and the Earth. Manage the environmental dependence/impact caused by our operations and products to a level that can be absorbed by nature, and pass on rich natural capital to future generations.

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Nissan Sustainability Actions


Nissan’s steps to reduce CO2 emissions

The business structures of the automobile industry are changing greatly in the face of demand to reduce CO2 emissions and dependence on fossil fuels. As a global automaker, Nissan takes into account CO2 emissions through the whole value chain, including suppliers, from the procurement of raw materials to the transportation and operation of vehicles. Understanding the importance of balancing efforts in this area with business activities, the company is striving to reduce emissions through initiatives such as developing new technologies and using renewable energy.

Air Quality

·Research on technical solutions for cabin air quality improvement ·Reduce VOC emissions per painted area of manufactured vehicles


Toward Zero New Material Resource Use

Creating a system that uses resources efficiently and sustainably, and promote services to use Vehicles more effectively (Circular Economy)Promotion of research on technical solutions for the development of bio-materials Implementation of the Alliance policy on chemical substance management in order to ensure proper use of chemical substances New resource usage minimization: 30% reduction of new natural resource usage per vehicle Expansion of remanufactured parts: Duplation of remanufactured item coverage (vs. FY2016) Expansion of battery reuse: Expansion of EV battery reuse business Adoption of die-less forming: Plan and implement technical development Waste reduction (manufacturing): BAU 2% (Japan) and BAU 1% (overseas) reduction of waste Wastes to landfill reduction (manufacturing): Landfill ratio reduction

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Nissan Sustainability Commitments


Water Scarcity

Reduce water intake at global production sites 21% by 2022 (vs. 2010/per vehicle manufactured)


New Vehicle Electrification

100% of all-new vehicle offerings in key markets to be electrified by the early 2030s


Carbon Neutral

Nissan sets carbon neutral goal for 2050

Nissan Sustainability News

Nissan LEAF to light up Australia: Industry-first vehicle-to-grid charging technology launched at Realising Electric Vehicles Services (REVS) in ACT

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Nissan begins solar power charging research project in Australia

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New generation Nissan LEAF wins 2018 Drive Car of the Year 'Green Innovation' award

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