INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

Today, there are nearly 800 million vehicles on the road worldwide, a figure that could double by 2030. This is raising a wide range of increasingly pressing demands and issues – in such areas as health and safety, energy and raw material conservation, environmental protection and quality of life – that are crying out for solutions. In a more open world, people want to be able to get around not only more and more but also better and better. At the same time, rising populations are driving a steady increase in freight transport.

OUR CHALLENGES

OUR CHALLENGES

The World business Council for sustainable development brings together nearly 200 global companies that share a commitment to sustainable development. As a member since 2001, Michelin took part in the organization's Sustainable Mobility Project (SPM), which proposes 7 goals:

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OUR ANSWERS

OUR ANSWERS

To reach the 7 goals outlined in the Sustainable Mobility Project, Michelin created a list of 9 mission statements

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  1. Quality of work life at our sites
  2. Diversity within our teams
  3. Community relations
  4. Supplier’s relations
  5. Company risk management
  6. Environmental management of our sites
  7. Environmental impact of tyre use
  8. Recycling of end-of-life tyres
  9. Our contribution to sustainable mobility

Learn more about our global Sustainable Mobility program

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