In aiming for a cleaner, safer and more inclusive world, Nissan has reinforced a commitment to sustainability at the core of its business and as an enabler of its Nissan Ambition 2030 strategy. In a newly report, the OEM summarized its strategy and the actions it will take to meet environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals.

Here, Nissan plans to achieve carbon neutrality through value-focused initiatives, such as reducing emissions from its products and solely offering electrified versions of all new models by the early 2030s. The OEM will similarly progress with battery and vehicle technologies while expanding its 4R and Blue Switch initiatives to further support EV adoption. Other initiatives include developing technologies to enhance vehicle safety, making these technologies accessible to more customers, and providing inclusive mobility solutions.

Nissan’s ESG priorities include decreasing its carbon footprint across the entire value chain, having joined the Race to Zero campaign backed by the UN. In partnering with various sectors, communities and governments, Nissan aims to expand the use of renewable energy to reduce emissions and provide societies with safe energy management solutions.

To support these actions, Nissan announced a sustainable finance framework. This will support fundraising efforts focused around environmentally friendly product development, technologies, and new mobility services.