We are reducing CO2 emissions through innovative electrification technologies and placing a significant focus on EV battery innovations. By the early 2030s every all-New Nissan vehicle offering in key markets will be electrified
We will also strive for greater energy and material efficiencies to support longer-term carbon neutrality ambitions.
Nissan is developing systems for using resources efficiently and sustainably across their entire lifecycle.
Nissan will expand recycling from scrapped vehicles with aluminum, resin, and electric materials to further reduce CO2 emissions and the use of new resources.
Nissan approaches air quality by focusing on two points: greener exhaust emissions and providing a pleasant in-cabin environment to customers
Nissan thoroughly implements systems and control standards at our produciton plants to reduce the amount of air pollutants emitted during operation.
Demand for water is expected to increase globally, driven by rising populations and economic development.
We are constantly striving to develop new methods to reduce water usage across manufacturing plants worldwide such as refining painting processes and improving wastewater recycling to reduce external water withdrawals.