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GM Sustainability Newsletter

This is the General Motors monthly corporate responsibility newsletter where we share news from the past month that ties into our corporate responsibility practices.

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General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter - August 2015
HEADLINE: GM Joins White House Climate Pledge Secretary of State John Kerry and senior Obama Administration officials hosted General Motors and a dozen other companies to launch the American Business Act on Climate Pledge at the White House. The pledge represents how companies remain committed to addressing the global challenge of climate change...
Aug 3, 2015 12:00 PM ET
General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter
HEADLINE: Powered by the Sun, Wind and EV Batteries, GM Wins LEED Gold What happens to the batteries that power Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric cars when their useful life is done? Five of them are helping keep the lights on at the new LEED Gold-certified Enterprise Data Center at GM’s Milford Proving Ground. ...
Jul 1, 2015 10:20 AM ET
General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter - June 2015
HEADLINE: GM Investments Support People, Products and Peregrines Three peregrine falcon chicks recently hatched at the GM Technical Center in Warren, Michigan. Since peregrine falcons are an endangered species in the state, concerned members...
Jun 1, 2015 11:45 AM ET
General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter - April 2015
General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter April 2015   HEADLINE: Chevrolet Will Offer Hybrid Version of Next-Gen Malibu Chevrolet announced the next chapter in its electrification story: a new hybrid version of the Malibu midsize sedan for the 2016 model year. ...
Apr 3, 2015 9:30 AM ET
General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter - March 2015
General Motors Corporate Responsibility Newsletter March 2015   HEADLINE: Wind Power to Debut on GM’s Renewable Energy Roster General Motors for the first time is procuring wind to power its manufacturing operations, enabling one of its Mexico facilities’ electricity needs to be run mostly on renewable energy. This addition...
Mar 4, 2015 10:05 AM ET

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