Nissan’s purpose places sustainability at the core of the business. This means that working towards a cleaner, safer, more inclusive world defines how we develop products, technologies, and services. From talent management, to supply chain, to product design, and the entire lifecycle of our products, sustainability is a priority throughout the ways Nissan enriches people’s lives.
Toward the goal, all-new Nissan vehicle offerings in key markets are going to be electrified by the early 2030s.
Nissan will continue to develop driver assistance and intelligent technologies toward a world of zero traffic fatalities. So far 2.27 million vehicles are equipped with our advanced driver assistance system named “ProPilot/ProPilot Assist”.
Our global workforce represents over 100 nationalities, with the ratio of women managers globally increased from 6.7% in 2008 to 15.5% in 2023.
“For nearly nine decades, we have done what others don't dare to do. Today, more than ever, it is critical that sustainability is embedded in all our endeavors to build an organization that is truly needed by customers and society.”
Makoto Uchida, President & CEO
“It is vital that Nissan contributes to the creation of a cleaner, safer, more inclusive world. Everything we do is carried out with respect for the environment, people, society, and future generations under our sustainability strategy.”
Joji Tagawa, Senior Vice President & CSO
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2022/08/03#BreakTheBias - Happy International Women's Day!
2022/03/22Supporting responsible water consumption one vehicle at a time
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2021/06/03My Life With A Nissan LEAF: Going Further With Four More Owners
Introducing various Nissan initiatives related to Sustainability.