• Nissan Nordic Europe is delivering environmental results, supporting Nissan´s global strategy to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050
  • Extensive efforts have been taken to reduce the operations' CO2 footprint, complying with or going beyond environmental regulations, whilst developing partneships with like-minded companies

With the world population expected to reach 9 billion by 2050, communities and the business sector will play growing roles in solving environmental issues and working to realize the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations.

As a leader of the automobile and transport industry, Nissan recognizes its responsibility and has promoted a series of midterm environmental action plans under the name "Nissan Green Program (NGP)" focusing on: zero-emission vehicle penetration, fuel-efficient vehicle expansion, corporate carbon footprint minimization, natural resource use minimization.

The environmental certification ISO 14001 at Nissan Nordic Europe is another step in implementing Nissan's environmental principles and proof that Nissan walks the talk.

Key Nissan Nordic Europe deliveries were recognized by external auditors through the period 2019-2022

  • Strong reductions of C02 emissions from business travel and office energy consumption, driven by a comprehensive travel policy and a reduction of floor plan
  • Systematic waste sorting systems at all operating sites, including recycling of hazardous waste like electronics, as well as recycling of batteries and vehicles at their end of life
  • Full compliance with Clean Air For Europe (CAFE) regulation, lowering the average CO2 emissions of Nissan vehicles sold far below the thresholds set by the European Commission
  • Selection of local suppliers and partners that align with Nissan's environmental principles, working to make the whole society share the same carbon neutrality goals

Christian Costaganna, Managing Director for Nissan Nordic Europe, says "We are very proud of the fact that our continued focus and efforts has been acknowledged in an extensive review and that we have been awarded with the ISO 14001 certificate. This serves as a motivation for us to continue our work  to support a more environmentally friendly future".   

For Nissan in the Nordic markets, as well as globally, it is a clear direction to always consider lower emissions and carbon footprint reduction. The work continues and Nissan will shortly also be able to share more news shortly around our continued efforts to a more sustainable future.

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Nissan Nordic Europe operations
Nissan's operations in the Nordic countries are based on the distribution of Nissan cars and aftersales. The cars are imported from different plants located in the UK, France, Spain and Japan via different ports, logistic channels and local compounds. The cars are sold through a network of dealers (approx. 200). NNE rents offices in Espoo, Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen and Tallinn, as well as training centres for the dealers.

Sustainability report 2022: https://www.nissan-global.com/EN/SUSTAINABILITY/LIBRARY/SR/2022.html
Sustainability at Nissan: https://www.nissan-global.com/EN/SUSTAINABILITY/OVERVIEW/
Nissan Green Program: https://www.nissan-global.com/EN/SUSTAINABILITY/ENVIRONMENT/GREENPROGRAM/

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Autorius: Nissan