Environmental and Social Responsibility

Environmental and Social Responsibility

FCA pursues a model of sustainable integration between industry, the community and the environment across operations worldwide. Our commitment to responsible vehicle development is founded on a balanced approach which focuses on solutions that are economically viable, competitive in the marketplace, and beneficial to society. The Company assesses the environmental and social impact throughout the entire vehicle life cycle and strives to reduce the environmental impact of our production processes. 

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FCA Heroes Drive Essential PPE and Auto Parts Across North America
When asked if they would continue working during a global pandemic, FCA Transport didn’t skip a beat and it’s not surprising. We’ve all heard the stories about the “unsung heroes” of the COVID-19 crisis: the truck drivers. They are the glue keeping supply chains running during these unpredictable times. The trucking industry moves more than ...
May 13, 2020 3:10 PM ET
Jeep® Getting Greener; Wrangler’s Environmental Impact Reduced by 15 Percent
FCA analyzed Global Warming Potential (GWP) of redesigned Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited, compared with previous model Each new Wrangler Unlimited has potential – over its lifetime – to account for emissions reduction equivalent to CO2 produced by burning 7.7 tons of coal Potential GHG reduction equivalent to combined annual emissions produced by three passenger vehicles...
May 11, 2020 9:30 AM ET
FCA Joins ‘Responsible Sourcing Blockchain Network’ to Help Build a More Ethical Electric Vehicle Supply Chain
Global collaboration working to trace cobalt, mica and 3TG conflict minerals: tungsten, tantalum, tin and gold First blockchain-powered audit will launch in early 2020 to trace cobalt in FCA supply chain Supply chain transparency and mapping imperative to mitigate unethical practices in mineral mining
Dec 10, 2019 12:05 PM ET
FCA Community: Motor Citizens Keep Detroit Waterways Beautiful by Land and Sea
Even with the threat of precipitation for the second straight year for FCA’s annual volunteer cleanup of Belle Isle in Detroit, FCA Design Engineer Brad Jackson and dozens of his colleagues were ready to invest some “sweat equity” for a good cause.  The lifelong visitor of Belle Isle Park joined his colleagues to remove trash, plastic and debris from Belle Isle’s waterways and grounds...
Aug 5, 2019 2:00 PM ET
Brightening the New Year: FCA US Sheds Light on "Smart" LEDs
LEDs with wireless controls now at two manufacturing facilities, enabling automated energy management More than half of its manufacturing facilities, two Mopar Parts Distribution Centers and 87 dealerships now lit with LED fixtures
Jan 7, 2019 3:00 PM ET

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