Scoring the world’s automakers on their EV supply chains
Our Leaderboard evaluates 18 of the world's leading automakers on their efforts to eliminate emissions, environmental harms, and human rights violations from their supply chains.
The analysis found that auto leaders are making moves on fossil-free steel and aluminum, deepening their responsible sourcing practices, scaling up battery recycling, and implementing thorough human rights due diligence processes for their supply chains. But as an industry, there is a long way to go: over one-third have shown no progress on aluminum, over half have shown no progress on steel, the biggest industrial metal climate culprit, and two thirds lack any kind of commitment to Indigenous rights.
Read the key findings and compare how global automakers stack up.
Pensions & Investment Research Consultants developed the scorecard methodology, scorecard indicators, and evaluated company performance. See the methodology for further details.
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Respecting and advancing the rights of Indigenous Peoples, workers, and local communities throughout the supply chain.
Preserving and restoring environmental health and biodiversity across supply chains, while reducing primary resource demand through efficient resource use and increased recycled content.
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