Commitment to the Environment

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Commitment to the Environment

Respect for the Planet

Simply stated, this is Toyota's commitment to the environment. We challenge ourselves to minimize environmental impacts at all stages of the vehicle life cycle: in research and development, manufacturing, logistics and sales. We look at our own operations as well as those of key business partners - suppliers and dealerships. And, we support environmental programs and initiatives that strengthen communities.

Our success comes only by engaging the talent and passion of our employees, who believe we can always do better. This conviction is rooted in the Toyota Way, our corporate philosophy that promotes continuous improvement. The result is a drive to design and produce more efficient and cleaner-emitting cars, to structure our operations so as to tread more lightly on the earth, and to enrich the lives of people in our communities. These aspirations are part of a long-term view of sustainable growth that shows respect for the planet at every turn.

We invite you to explore the many aspects of our commitment to the environment here, in our 2012 North American Environmental Report.

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Grenoble, “Smart City” from October with 'Citélib by Ha:mo', an Innovative 100% Electric Car-Sharing Scheme Connected to Public Transport
Urban transport of the future will become a reality in October in the French city of Grenoble thanks to a partnership between the City of Grenoble, Grenoble-Alpes Métropole, EDF Group, Toyota and Citélib...
Jul 1, 2014 7:45 PM ET
Toyota Continues to Be a Leader in Automotive R&D Patents
ANN ARBOR, Mich., June 24, 2014 /3BL Media/  – The United States Patent and Trademark Office issued 1,355 patents to Toyota’s innovative engineers and scientists in 2013.  The patents issued to Toyota companies further demonstrate Toyota’s commitment to ever better vehicles that achieve new environmental, innovation and safety technological advancements....
Jun 24, 2014 8:05 AM ET
Toyota: Giving a Buzz ‘bout Bees
Weather warms and bees buzz, a sure sign they’re getting down to business … pollinating the plant populace. And as the top population handling this serious undertaking, they’re getting a hand from Toyota. In Georgetown, Kentucky, honeybees...
Jun 19, 2014 8:05 AM ET
Retired Toyota Camry Hybrid Batteries to Power Campus at Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is the oldest National Park in the U.S. One batch of used hybrid car batteries will set the oldest National Park alight! Toyota has donated 208 used Camry Hybrid nickel-metal hydride battery packs to be used at the Lamar Buffalo Ranch field campus in Yellowstone National Park. The batteries, which hold a total of 85 kilowatt hours, offer more than enough...
Jun 10, 2014 11:05 AM ET

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