Register soon for this year’s two-day event to hear from our incredible lineup of speakers on everything from responsible materials sourcing and reporting prioritization to decarbonizing in logistics, climate change and more!Read More
In January, GM announced its strategy to eliminate gasoline and diesel light-duty vehicles as it plans for an all-electric future. Other automakers tied to the internal combustion engine (ICE), such as Jaguar Land Rover and Ford, have announced similar plans.
As part of the SVHC 2020 Roadmap launched by the Council of the EU in 2013, all relevant, currently known substances of very high concern have been identified and included on the Candidate List. Systematic screening of registered substances has been key in identifying new chemicals of concern.Read More
2020 began with companies making new commitments to sustainability, looking to do their part to achieve the SDGs and the goals of the Paris Agreement over the course of the Decisive Decade. Then, we found ourselves in the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, government lockdowns, and the resulting economic downturn.Read More
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