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GM Resource Preservation

Updates on how GM is helping to preserve natural resources and enhance habitats surrounding its facilities.

For more information on GM’s commitment to resource preservation, visit its sustainability report and environmental blog.

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GM Wildlife World Tour
Last week seven of our sites earned new certifications from the Wildlife Habitat Council for establishing wildlife habitats on corporate lands and 12 earned...
Nov 17, 2015 10:10 AM ET
GM Moves Closer To Biodiversity Goal
DETROIT, November 13, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Over the sounds of the assembly plant building the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Cruze, employees at General Motors’ Gunsan plant in South Korea can hear cicadae singing from rescued...
Nov 13, 2015 3:25 PM ET
GM GREEN Addresses Global Water Challenges with Local Solutions
Today marks the conclusion of World Water Week, a time devoted to raising awareness of global water issues. Since 1991, the world’s top water experts, decision-makers, business innovators and conservationists have gathered in Stockholm for a week-long conference to address the critical challenges...
Aug 28, 2015 3:45 PM ET
White House Recognizes GM Waste Reduction Manager for Volunteerism
What do you get from a lifetime of community service and dedication to mentoring youth? If you ask GM Global Waste Reduction Manager John Bradburn, it’s the satisfaction of inspiring the next generation to be stewards of the environment. It’s seeing them connect the dots and understand their impact. It’s noticing how his perspective helps expand their minds,...
Aug 3, 2015 11:50 AM ET
Endangered Ducks in China Find Refuge in Chevrolet Volt Battery Covers
The Scaly-sided Merganser has become the latest critter to call a Chevrolet Volt battery cover home. This duck with a feathered mohawk is an endangered species living in East Asia and could use some extra protection due to the declining number of trees old enough to provide natural cavities for nesting. The ducks’ history dates back millions of years, but now only 2,200 breeding pairs are...
Jul 29, 2015 4:30 PM ET