Porsche and Michelin are championing the sustainable extraction of natural rubber. The commitment of the sports car manufacturer and the tyre producer to transparency and better working conditions in the extraction of raw materials is demonstrated by the CASCADE (Committed Actions for Smallholders Capacity Development) project.
Sports car manufacturer Porsche and Siemens Energy have joined forces with a number of international companies to build an industrial plant for the production of an almost carbon-neutral fuel (eFuel) in Punta Arenas, Chile. The ground-breaking ceremony for this pioneering project took place on 10 September 2021 in the presence of Chile’s Energy Minister Juan Carlos Jobet.
Porsche is making further efforts to reduce CO2-emissions in its supply chain: the sports car manufacturer is calling for its around 1,300 series suppliers to use exclusively renewable energy in the manufacture of Porsche components as of July 2021.
Economy, ecology, social issues - there are many facets of sustainable actions. However, what do people around the world specifically expect from Porsche in this context? Which topics are particularly important to you? Today, the sports car manufacturer is launching an online stakeholder survey to find the answers. The survey will be open until 30 July.
Porsche is underlining its sustainability ambitions: the sports car manufacturer is using World Earth Day on 22 April 2021 to once again comprehensively raise awareness of climate protection among its workforce.