To reach government targets, OEMs and tier-1 suppliers are increasingly setting out ambitious plans to reduce carbon emissions across manufacturing operations and the wider supply chain. In this session, Audi’s lead for coordinating sustainability in procurement, Johanna Klewitz, along with Lear’s environmental health chief, Jack Nune, share insights on the roadmap, processes, technologies and investments for net carbon zero production.
Klewitz and Nune discuss efforts including how Audi and Lear are working with the wider supply chain to decarbonise manufacturing, transition to sustainable materials and products, integrate circular economy principles and better track scope 3 supplier emissions.
Johanna Klewitz, Coordinator Sustainability, Procurement Strategy, Audi
Jack Nunes, Vice President, Environment Health & Safety, Lear Corporation
Neemish Ladwa, Head of Product and Marketing, AMS and Ultima Media
This session was held on Tuesday December 7 during the AMS Automotive Manufacturing Evolution Summit
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Lear AME Energy Presentation December 2021 rev1PDF, Size 6.08 mb
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