BMW Group: The First Carmaker To Join The ‘Getting To Zero Coalition’

In Clean Talk, Electric Mobility, Environment, News

BMW is continuing to focus on manufacturing electric cars in a green way.

The company actually operates a sustainability strategy that exists along the entire value chain, supporting sustainability more deeply than in the cars or car factories themselves.

The most recent news on this front is that BMW Group joined the “Getting to Zero Coalition” ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 25) in Madrid, Spain.

The objective is decarbonization of international maritime shipping.

Driving zero emissions is one thing, but buying from a company that offsets carbon emissions in the production and transport of its EVs is also essential for the actual transition towards successful planetary sustainably.

By 2023, BMW Group will be offering 25 electrified models, and its factories in Europe are already being supplied with 100% green electricity — since 2017.

BMW Group is the first carmaker to join the Getting to Zero Coalition.

Transporting valuable non-polluting EVs in a greener way or even with net zero emissions is also important for addressing our climate crisis.

Reference- Clean Technica, BMW Online Newsroom, UN Climate Change website

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