SUSTAINABILITY AT THE BMW GROUP.
We aspire to be the most successful and sustainable premium producer for individual mobility. It is our clear intention to establish an increasing number of solutions for greater sustainability. To achieve this, we have set ourselves ambitious goals that have a decisive impact on our day-to-day activities – in terms of the sustainable development of urban areas, with regards to our products, the sphere of responsibility for people and in the field of production and value added chain. Bold visions and distant targets are fine and good because they provide orientation. However, what really matters is that we make an effective contribution to environmental and climate protection here and now. In order to implement concrete measures today as well as develop for the future and future generations, a strong and passionate team is the foundation. The people working at the BMW Group are driven by making an impact and shaping transformation. As a premium car company, it is our ambition to lead the way in sustainability. With this mindset, the sustainability strategy of the BMW Group and the working environment provided, we will be able to tackle a variety of new challenges while growing personally. All this complies with the idea of sustainability, the underlying guiding principle – which can only be progressed with courageous colleagues that takes responsibility.
Sustainability is not just a trend for us. We take responsibility – here and today – and we will be taking sustainability to a whole new level.
Facts & Figures.
The BMW Group is firmly committed to the Paris Climate Agreement and a member for the Science-Based Targets Initiative. Further, we have pledged to be climate neutral by latest 2050.
The circular economy is vital to reducing emissions and conserving natural resources. The BMW Group aims to build new vehicles with 50% secondary raw materials.
The BMW Group continues to decrease their carbon emissions across all their locations. In 2022 the absolute carbon emissions generated were 7.9% less than in the previous year.
The BMW Group champions social causes at a local level by working with employees and their local communities to achieve sustainable development and tangible change.
In 2022, a total of 99.3 % of the waste generated by production was either recycled or recovered.
The BMW Group has organised over 2,800 points of return for end-of life vehicles in 30 countries and encourages the recycling and reuse of components and materials.
The BMW Group pays strict attention to the extraction and efficient use of raw materials. Regular audits are conducted to ensure high standards throughout the supply chain.
We have set clear targets to reduce the CO2 emissions across the full lifecycle of a vehicle. By 2030 the BMW Group aims to reduce the carbon emission per vehicle produced by 80 %.
The BMW Group aims to further reduce CO2 emissions by using innovative high-quality leather alternatives and paints made with renewable raw materials.
Supporting and developing our employees is a key aspect of sustainability for us. Lifelong learning is therefore an integral part of everyday working life at the BMW Group. This includes numerous training opportunities, particularly in fields of innovation such as digitalisation and electrification.
CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL EARTH DAY IN OUR REGION.
We hosted a wide range of events across the region to celebrate International Earth Day – the 22nd of April 2023. Earth Day celebrates the past achievements of the environmental movement and highlights different ways we can protect our planet in the future.