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Environmental Stewardship

Cars and trucks represent only 20 percent of America’s annual carbon emissions, yet automakers are the only industry committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions of new products by 30 percent in just five years. This reduction is the carbon equivalent of
eliminating 50 coal plants.

The EPA estimates that achieving this standard could cost automakers nearly $52 billion in research and development costs alone. Retooling, materials and manufacturing costs will also be substantial.

Already, automakers offer more than 150 new hybrids, all-electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. Chrysler, Ford and GM alone are putting millions of flex fuel vehicles on the road each year.

Oct 02 2013
Chrysler Media

October 1, 2013 , Auburn Hills, Mich. - Chrysler Group LLC will launch a month-long campaign to add its voice to the nation-wide effort to raise awareness about the importance of early detection, treatment and prevention of breast cancer. The campaign will run in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which begins October 1.

During the month-long campaign, the Company will conduct a series of informational seminars for its employees with health plan partners Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Henry Ford Health System. Employees will also be able to schedule screenings at various nearby Company locations.

Oct 02 2013
Written by Karl Henkel | Posted on The Detroit News

One year ago, Ford Motor Co. officially staked its flag in the U.S. electric vehicle circle when it began to launch three new hybrids and two plug-in hybrids.

And a year later, despite backlash over inflated fuel efficiency claims for the Ford C-Max Hybrid and a delayed launch of the Lincoln MKZ Hybrid, the Dearborn automaker has managed to lift its share of the electric and hybrid market from 3 percent to 15 percent. Ford also has been able to steal customers from its chief competitor, Toyota Motor Corp., which it has brazenly viewed as an equal competitor since before any of Ford’s new hybrid vehicles hit dealer lots.


 

Oct 01 2013
3BL Media

September 30, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The Chrysler Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Chrysler Group LLC, will donate $50,000 to the First Response Team of America, a non-profit disaster relief organization that is actively engaged in Colorado clearing and rebuilding impassable roads. The grant will enable the First Response Team to continue these efforts for several more weeks.

Chrysler Group and its brands have a long history of supporting communities in their time of need.

"Helping communities hard hit by natural disasters is the social responsibility that we embrace as a brand," said Jason Stoicevich, Head of FIAT Brand for North America, Chrysler Group LLC. "We hope that The Chrysler Foundation’s support will help to bring prompter relief to the affected areas in Colorado and to the families that call the Centennial State home."
 

Sep 23 2013
Ford Media Page

Ford, America’s commercial truck and van leader, introduces the all-new 2014 Transit Connect Taxi, providing best-in-class performance, low operating costs, and improved comfort and flexibility for the North American taxi market.

Sep 23 2013
GM Media Page

General Motors and seven of its facilities are being recognized by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality for longtime support of environment-focused community collaboration. GM remains the leader for most Neighborhood Environmental Partner awards granted since the program began in 2005.
 

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