In support of Governor Whitmer's priorities for a just transition to a low-carbon transportation sector, the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) is offering a second round of funding for electric, hydrogen fuel cell, or diesel-electric hybrid commercial and mass transit vehicles to replace older, diesel-fueled models. Grants can also be used to buy charging stations for the electric vehicles.Read More
As the world strives to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, countries must recognize that pursuing a green and resilient recovery is critical to rebuilding economies and addressing social inequities. Meanwhile, the steps countries take in their recovery plans can also drive climate action as countries strengthen and implement their nationally determined contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement.
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Registration is open now for the virtual 2021 IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference on October 19–20, 2021: Transitioning From Compliance and Reporting to Sustainability.
Whether your team is working remotely, back at the office, or somewhere in between, AIAG has the cybersecurity resources you need to help ensure your network is secure moving forward.
FACT: Your web connections are constantly being targeted by hackers for vulnerabilitiesRead More
If you missed the latest Future Automotive Expert event, you can still get the recorded webinar. In “Challenges in the Workplace of the Future,” Russ Ortisi, vice president of information technology at AIAG provides insight into the expected impacts and some advice for businesses and the people who work for them in the "workplace of the future."
Progress on harmonizing sustainability reporting standards and definitions hit the accelerator in 2020. After 20 years of discussions and evolving perspectives on what materiality means, who is it for, or whether the sustainability field should even be using the term “materiality,” we see a consensus emerging.
At BSR, we welcome this consensus. Frankly, after years of debate in our field, this clarity is refreshing!
Planning has already begun for the virtual 2021 IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference. Be sure to save the date: October 19–20, 2021.Read More
Free for both AIAG members and non-members, AIAG’s latest webinar recording is now available at the AIAG Store.
Governments are increasingly scrutinizing human trafficking and forced labor abuses in private sector operations. In addition to the moral imperative to address these abuses, businesses should be on alert given the significant disruptions in supply chains that government regulation may cause, resulting in potential economic, legal, and/or reputational harm. Apparel, food and beverage, technology, and financial services companies in particular should closely monitor and prepare for global regulatory developments.Read More