On November 25 the Volvo Group gathers leaders and stakeholders from government, the private sector and civil society in Stockholm to discuss how business can contribute to sustainable development.
Our sustainability reporting describes how the Volvo Group addresses economic, environmental and social challenges and opportunities to contribute to sustainable development.
Read the blog by Edward Jobson, Volvo Buses Environmental Director.
Volvo Group was the world’s first vehicle manufacturer to join the WWF for Nature’s Climate Savers Program.
Henning Rodhe, Professor of Chemical Meteorology at Stockholm University, Sweden, receives the Volvo Environment Prize 2015 for his contributions to the understanding of the world’s atmosphere. His pioneering work explains how gases and particles are transported and deposited and how they affect climate, ecosystems and human health.