Why a Car Company has a Pollinator Program

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Why a Car Company has a Pollinator Program

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Wednesday, July 5, 2017 - 11:30am

CAMPAIGN: GM Resource Preservation

CONTENT: Blog

GM is committed to using its lands to increase and promote native biodiversity – and it encourages other companies to do it, too. Presenting at the Electric Power Research Institute Conference, Sue Kelsey, GM’s global biodiversity program manager, shared benefits of making commitments related to sustainable growth. Below is an illustration of her comments, drawn by Nitya Wakhlu of Drawbridge Innovations LLC, which explored how pollinators help GM reduce its environmental footprint and maximize community impact.

Read more about what companies can do to protect the nation's pollinators.

Keywords: Environment | Electric Power Research Institute Conference | GM | General Motors | Life on Land | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Responsible Production & Consumption | Sue Kelsey | biodiversity | pollinator | sustainable growth

CAMPAIGN: GM Resource Preservation

CONTENT: Blog