Porsche adopts new guidelines for environmental protection
Ecological responsibility and economic success go hand in hand at Porsche Sustainable and responsible action has always been an essential pillar of the sports car manufacturer's corporate philosophy. Now the Executive Board of Porsche AG has adopted a new environmental and energy policy, underlining once again the company's position.
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. We are clearly committed to the Paris Climate Agreement, use resources sparingly and, for example, continuously reduce our water and energy consumption in order to sustainably reduce the environmental impact of our business activities.
Porsche's environmental and energy policy sets out clear guidelines in four fields of action: environmental protection, environmental goals, management conduct and compliance.
We therefore consider the effects along the entire life cycle. Our vision is a Zero Impact Factory. The factory without environmental impact closes material cycles and the raw materials used are returned to a production process at the end of the vehicle's life.
The new guidelines make it clear that environmental protection is a task for the entire company.
Jun 10, 2020 at 18:23