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has joined Porsche in striving to become the most sustainable brand for exclusive and sporting mobility. Porsche's sustainability strategy breaks down the efforts and resources Porsche is investing to become a sustainable brand with clear goals to be reached by 2025. This strategy will positively impact the entire value chain to improve sustainability within its corporate activities on all levels. Read on to learn all about Porsche’s sustainability process and goals, don’t hesitate to contact us
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How is Porsche becoming the most sustainable brand?
By focusing on its long-term objective of achieving value-creating growth – for economic values and social responsibility – while simultaneously reducing the environmental impact of the company.
Why is Porsche becoming a sustainable brand?
Due to increased population, limited resources, and overall climate issues, the entire automotive industry is facing the biggest changes and challenges in its history. Porsche wants to build a sustainable future and become a beacon of what corporate sustainability efforts can achieve.
What are Porsche’s goals and steps to becoming sustainable?
Porsche’s sustainability activities are now structured in the following three areas: Innovative mobility, reliable partner, and go zero.
The ultimate goal of Porsche’s sustainability strategy is for the company to continuously reduce its negative environmental impact while further reinforcing its positive influence on society. Porsche’s vision is to become the most Sustainable brand for exclusive and sporting mobility.
What has Porsche done to become more sustainable?
"With our updated environmental and energy policy, we have adopted clear rules of conduct in order to live sustainability even more consciously and consistently at Porsche," says Oliver Blume, Chairman of the Board of Management of Porsche AG.
Porsche's environmental and energy policy sets out clear guidelines in four fields of action: environmental protection, environmental goals, management conduct and compliance.