Yokohama, Japan — Nissan Motor Co. released its 2021 Sustainability Report on Friday, detailing the company’s environmental efforts over the past year.
The near-300 page report laid out the specific actions Nissan has been taking over the past year across the following areas, as listed in the press release: environment, traffic safety, diversity and inclusion, quality, supply chain, employees, community engagement and corporate governance and compliance.
Nissan has been releasing sustainability reports since 2004 in their effort to create transparency in the automotive industry for how vehicles are developed and manufactured.
On sustainability, Nissan CEO Makoto Uchida said, “We are connected to society in many ways that go beyond the products, technologies and services that Nissan provides to people all over the world. We are expected to address environmental and social issues, such as achieving carbon neutrality across our operations, preserving natural resources, and working to protect the human rights of people connected to our supply chain. Through innovation and sound business activities, Nissan will continue to respond by providing products and technologies that enrich people’s lives, thereby aiming to provide solutions and contribute to the development of a sustainable society.”