Today, Ford Motor Company announced it will join the First Movers Coalition, a global initiative to harness purchasing power and supply chains to create early markets for innovative clean energy technologies.
As the world commemorates Earth Day this week, the need for ambitious climate action has become increasingly urgent. Ford is proud to be recognized as the automotive industry leader for environmental performance in the 2022 Rankings of America’s Most JUST Companies.
Today Ford releases its 2022 Integrated Sustainability and Financial Report focused on the company’s transition to lead the electric revolution, including plans to scale production to more than 2 million electric vehicles per year by 2026 and to make half of its annual sales volume electric by the end of the decade.
A University of Michigan and Ford Motor Company study evaluates the reductions in greenhouse gas emissions relative to gasoline-powered pickup trucks as part of the decarbonization of the transportation industry.
Department of Energy (DOE) will recognize Ford Motor Company for joining their Better Climate Challenge, committing to reduce portfolio-wide greenhouse gas emissions from manufacturing facilities in the U.S. by 50% within the decade.
The award recognizes the Louisville Assembly Plant for its leadership and commitment to practices that reduce, eliminate or prevent pollution at its source, specifically for a new water recycling initiative developed by plant employees.
Today, JUST Capital announced Ford earned the top spot in the “Automobiles & Parts” industry category in its annual JUST 100 corporate ranking. Ford ranked #20 of 954 publicly traded companies, moving up from #37 in 2021 on the index, which measures companies on the issues that matter most in defining just business behavior today.
Today Ford announced it is launching a new sustainable charging program that allows plug-in electric vehicle owners in California to opt into carbon-neutral charging at home, reducing their carbon footprint from energy used to power their vehicles.
Consumer products made from recycled ocean plastics include everything from sunglasses and T-shirts to running shoes and yarn. Now, Ford is adding to its legacy as a leader in sustainability and is the first automaker to use 100% recycled ocean plastics to produce automotive parts.