The US automaker became the first car manufacturer to join a group of some 40 major U.S. based companies in calling for policymakers to address climate change by promoting clean energy, boosting efficiency, and limiting carbon emissions. The group is led by sustainable business advocacy group Ceres, in the form of its Business for Innovative Climate & Energy Policy unit.

In pledging their commitment to the pact, General Motor’s aims to become a change agent, calling on other automakers to join them in demanding government to enact more aggressive legislation Additionally, GM has also displayed its commitment to green technology through investments in fuel-efficient vehicle related research and production, imposing low-emissions restrictions in its production facilities, and investing up to $40 million in a Chevrolet sponsored Carbon Reduction Initiative supporting community-based carbon-reduction projects throughout the US.

Source: EV World article

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