With fewer than two months to go until we kick off the 2021 Corporate Responsibility (CR) Summit, we’re busy putting the final touches on our agenda, and looking forward to a fantastic lineup of speakers and presentations for this year’s two-day virtual event.Read More
As the automotive trade compliance community dives into the second year of USMCA qualification and the corresponding supplier solicitation process, numerous challenges and new questions have arisen around what has changed, what best practices now exist, and what steps are required to qualify goods under USMCA.
In continued support of the industry, AIAG is offering many of our mission critical tools, resources and best practices free through June 2021 to both members and non-members.Read More
Consider upcoming LPA training at AIAG to improve quality metrics, customer satisfaction and profits by getting more work elements right the first time.
The Virtual AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit is back! This year’s two-day virtual event on April 14–15, 2021, offers attendees the latest insights and industry information on today's ESG concerns. The first day (Wednesday, April 14) offers insights on a wide range of environmental issues. Thursday’s session focus on human rights, sustainability, conflict minerals, and more.Read More
ECHA’s 2021 priorities focus on its core mandate — REACH compliance, restrictions, authorization, harmonized classification and labeling, and biocides active substance approval.Read More
Save the date: March 2, 2021, from 9:00AM–10:00AM.
AIAG’s Greenhouse Gas Workgroup worked with the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) to develop this webinar to discuss how to start reducing emissions by using science-based targets. Through the science-based targets initiative (SBTI), companies will be able to set targets to help them meet the goals of the Paris Agreement.
December 12, 2020, marked the fifth anniversary of the Paris Climate Agreement. A Climate Ambition Summit hosted by the UK, France and the UN celebrated the event. Heads of government from around 70 countries made commitments, together with CEOs, mayors and civil society leaders.
Many of us are reflecting on a critical question: Five years on, is the Paris deal working?Read More
This is the first post in a four-part series on materiality.
After years of debate over the definition of materiality, 2020 has brought a consensus that materiality is double — meaning that businesses should report on financially material topics that influence enterprise value as well as topics material to the economy, environment, and people.Read More