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Ford publish their 12th sustainability report

15/06/2011

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Ford's 12th sustainability report, "Blueprint for Sustainability," is now available at http://ethicalperformance.com/reports/links/ford11

This is Ford's annual report on its environmental and social performance.

The accomplishments detailed in Ford's report demonstrate an ongoing commitment to improving the sustainability of the company. Highlights in this year's report include:

  A section on climate change that summarizes our continuing progress toward our global CO2 reduction goals

  A section summarizing our "Blueprint for Sustainability" and the vehicle and fuel technologies that make up the migration plan

  An updated case study on the opportunities and challenges posed by vehicle electrification, as well as other case studies

  A new section that examines the social and economic implications of water use

  A section on our supply chain sustainability efforts that covers our industry-leading human rights initiatives, and our leadership promoting environmental sustainability and materials accountability throughout the automotive supply chain

  A section on "Sustaining Ford" that summarizes the challenges facing our company and our industry and how Ford is addressing these challenges through the ONE Ford plan

  Letters from Bill Ford (Executive Chairman) and Alan Mulally (President & CEO) outlining Ford's progress over the last year as the company continued to integrate sustainability throughout its business, to include collaborating with external organizations on sustainability issues.  A letter from Sue Cischke, Group Vice President, Sustainability, Environment and Safety Engineering is also included.


These issues are increasingly important to Ford's stakeholders, including our customers, investors and business partners.


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