Volvo Car Group Renews Partnership with WWF in the Battle to Reduce CO2 Emissions

Volvo Car Group is easily one of the most innovative automobile manufacturers in the world. As a growing leader in autonomous-driving technology, safety and luxury, you would think it has its hands full. Not so much. Volvo Car Group recently announced that it will renew its partnership with the Worldwide Fund for Nature in the battle to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions.

According to Volvo Car Group, "WWF’s Climate Savers program involves multinational companies in the battle to reduce carbon-dioxide emissions. These companies pledge to reduce their carbon-dioxide emissions pursuant to an agreement between the WWF and the company. The results will be reviewed by independent technical experts. The agreed target must be more ambitious than the company would have set on its own, and must also signify that the company is leading its sector in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. The Volvo Group is still the only automotive manufacturer that is a member of Climate Savers and the unique strategic cooperation will now increase. In addition to a promise to reduce emissions from vehicles and production during the 2015 to 2020 period, Volvo will implement a number of activities aimed at accelerating the development toward lower and ultimately zero carbon emissions throughout the transport and construction sector."

Volvo Car Group also works continuously to reduce CO2 emissions from its products and production units. In fact, its green car lineup will grow immensely as it plans to sell one million electrified vehicles by 2025. Already on the lineup is the 2016 Volvo XC90; be sure to keep your eye on our new Volvo inventory as the Swedish automakers green car inventory continues to grow.

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