One year after Stellantis began, it has released its first report on environmental issues, which you can read in full here: (Corporate Social Responsibility: CSR). The CSR report shows that the company did well on many essential metrics in 2021. At the same time, it lays out Stellantis' long-term plan for sustainability, which includes a promise to be a leader in the new industry.
With a focus on action and progress, the report shows how Stellantis has created and shared value with its employees, customers, business partners, the communities in which the company works, and others.
"Responsible management of the company will keep us going for a long time." In 2038, if we follow through on our "Dare Forward 2030" strategic plan, we will have no carbon emissions from our entire value chain. This will make Stellantis a leader in decarbonizing the industry.
The report looks at six key pillars that support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. These six pillars are:
- Significantly fight against climate change.
- Drive business change through the development of human capital.
- Customer expectations of mobility have changed over time.
- To avoid ethical problems, build up an ethical culture.
- Protecting natural resources and promoting their use of them in a safe way
- Protect people's rights and help all parts of the country grow steadily.
In this report, we look at the best opportunities and risks. People who are not connected to the company have checked it out and found it to be true. The company's CSR report discusses how Stellantis grows its employees' diversity and talent, promotes human rights in its global supply chain, and cares for the environment. In addition, Stellantis' sustainability report explains how the company works to meet short, medium, and long-term climate goals at industrial sites, at all of its real estate and vehicles, and with its suppliers. @via Stellantis.