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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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World Water Day: Lessons from A Water Expert
Whether at the General Motors’ headquarters in the Great Lakes State or an assembly plant in a water-stressed area of Brazil, GM is consistently looking for ways to conserve water. In honor of World Water Day, here are five tips for industrial water conservation from Todd Williams, GM’s senior project engineer for water and wastewater treatment.  1. Track use: What gets...
Mar 22, 2017 2:30 PM ET
GM’s Outreach Manager Believes Sustainability Stems from Collaboration
Over Mary Alice Kurtz’s 34-year career at General Motors, she has channeled her education and background in mechanical engineering and facility operations into a new passion: sustainability.  Mary Alice followed in her father’s footsteps by coming to GM, but it was her mother’s business network that led to her interview at the Argonaut...
Feb 13, 2017 10:00 AM ET
Birds, Frogs and Turtles Call General Motors’ Wetlands Home
Wetlands rank right up there with rain forests and coral reefs when it comes to the world’s most productive ecosystems. In recognition of World Wetlands Day, several General Motors sites featuring or supporting wetlands share how they are working...
Feb 2, 2017 4:15 PM ET
GM Focuses on Asia for Biodiversity Progress
GM committed to earn Wildlife Habitat Council conservation certification at each of its manufacturing sites around the world by 2020. The company believes the key to progress is taking a customized, regional approach to use corporate lands and collaborative partnerships to restore, protect and promote biodiversity. GM now has 63...
Nov 30, 2016 3:45 PM ET
Commitment to Wildlife is in GM Employees’ Nature
GM is committed to using its lands to increase and promote native biodiversity. But it’s the company’s people who bring that commitment to life. In fact, GM employees have spent 2,148 work days dedicated to conservation and education work, as recognized by the Wildlife Habitat Council. This is one way the teams at GM facilities give back...
Nov 22, 2016 1:25 PM ET

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