1. NEW VEHICLE ZERO CO2 EMISSIONS CHALLENGE
By 2050, Toyota vehicles will generate 90% lower emission levels than those produced in 2010. If fact, we’re aiming for models that produce zero emissions.
2. LIFE CYCLE ZERO CO2 EMISSIONS CHALLENGE
Toyota aims to eliminate and reduce emissions generated during the life cycle of its vehicles. This includes emissions generated to procure, transport and obtain the parts needed to build vehicles, as well as post-life disposal of older models.
3. PLANT ZERO CO2 EMISSIONS CHALLENGE
Toyota hopes to change its manufacturing processes so that, by 2050, its production plants are generating zero CO2 emissions while building vehicles.
4. CHALLENGE OF MINIMISING AND OPTIMISING WATER USAGE
Toyota is already optimising and minimising its water usage at facilities around the world. It will continue to implement new filtering technologies to increase water recycling, purification and re-use.
5. CHALLENGE OF ESTABLISHING A RECYCLING- BASED SOCIETY AND SYSTEMS
Part of this challenge includes producing parts from eco-friendly materials, as well as designing the parts to last much longer.
6. CHALLENGE OF ESTABLISHING A FUTURE SOCIETY IN HARMONY WITH NATURE
This entails educating communities about their impact on the environment and what they can do, with help from Toyota, to develop a future society that lives in harmony with nature.