Our Favorite Stories From 2011

Jan 10, 2012 11:30 AM ET

Our Favorite Stories From 2011

It’s hard to believe we find ourselves in the year 2012, but like they say, time flies when you’re having fun.

In 2011, we made a concerted effort to show we are making consistent progress in sustainability, while telling the stories we thought you would be interested in from an energy and environmental perspective.

With that in mind, we've picked the top 15 stories from the year that was that represent some of the milestones we hit.

The Nature of our Business

GM and Detroit Youth Turn Chevy Volt Battery Covers into Wood Duck Homes

An Array of Light at Chevy Volt Plant

Landfill Gas Powers GM Plant for Fuel-Sipping Cars

Volt's Boom Story Continues to Break Barriers

Landfill-Free Initiative Gains Steam with Conversion of 10 Non-Manufacturing Facilities

General Motors Doubles Global Solar Commitment

GM Commits to Greener Vehicle Standards

Patent Board: GM is #1 Auto Innovator

Chevy Sonic Gets Eco-Friendly Paint Job

Environmental Experts Comment on Chevrolet's Carbon Reduction Project

GM Adds Argentina Plants to Landfill-Free List

GM Plant Sites Certifiably Kind to Their Habitats

Fort Wayne Builds Trucks without Waste: GM's First U.S. Landfill-Free Assembly Plant

General Motors Accepts (and Meets) EPA Challenge for Industry

Even with all of the news we made in 2011, we have even more planned in 2012.

If you took the time to follow along, we thank you, and we hope to see you next year.