Chevrolet Carbon-Reduction Initiative

Chevrolet Carbon-Reduction Initiative

Chevrolet has committed to invest up to $40M on carbon-reducting projects across America--from biomass to wind turbines. It set its carbon-reduction goal based on the estimated emissions in 2011 from driving the 1.9 million vehicles it sold in the United States between Nov. 18, 2010 and Dec. 31, 2011. 

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A Clean-Energy Future: The Road Ahead?
Many environmental thought leaders have said the Chevrolet carbon-reduction initiative leaves a legacy. We asked Sue Hall, CEO of Climate Neutral Business Network, to provide insight as to what the future holds.   When Chevrolet...
Dec 8, 2015 1:00 PM ET
How Campuses are Driving a Clean Energy Future in America
Yesterday, I traveled to the White House as 218 campuses pledged support for strong outcomes at the upcoming Paris climate negotiations. Forty university and student leaders gathered at the Eisenhower Executive Building to explore how to...
Nov 20, 2015 3:00 PM ET
The Road to A Clean Energy Future: Chevrolet’s Inside Story
Chevrolet’s carbon-reduction initiative established a groundbreaking goal in 2010 to invest up to $40 million to reduce 8 million metric tons CO2 through carbon projects across America. By empowering radical stakeholder conversations and collaborative partnerships which, as CEO of Climate Neutral Business...
Nov 19, 2015 11:10 AM ET
Happy Retirement: 11 Reflections on the Chevrolet Carbon-Reduction Initiative
Please join us for a retirement celebration honoring … 8 million metric tons of carbon. A little unconventional, sure. But so was the Chevrolet carbon-reduction initiative. Back on Nov. 18, 2010, Chevrolet set a bold goal – engage communities across America in preventing 8M metric tons of carbon dioxide from entering the earth’s...
Nov 18, 2015 11:25 AM ET
Chevrolet Meets Community-Based Carbon-Reduction Goal
DETROIT, November 18, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Chevrolet over the last five years has prevented 8 million metric tons of carbon dioxide from entering the earth’s atmosphere, roughly equivalent to the CO2  emissions from the annual energy used in every home in Detroit. The brand’s...
Nov 18, 2015 11:15 AM ET