The world has advanced greatly over the years, but where this industrial and technological evolution has changed the shape of the world, it has presented some problems too. The biggest impact of this is on the environment, which is suffering badly today.
So, it is the responsibility of every organization to work for protecting the environment and educating the people. When an automobile company designs, builds and sells a car, it can have a direct impact on the environment. The impact could be severe and needs to be handled, this is why Chevron has adopted the approach “Green Path”, to eliminate or reduce these environmental risks. The company doesn’t want to be a part of destroying the environment and wants to do everything it can to protect it.
There are a lot of things that a vehicle manufacturing company can do to reduce environmental risks. They can build vehicles that are fuel-efficient or they can present an alternative to gasoline. When less fuel is used it means there would be less CO2 emissions. You know CO2 emissions are not good for the environment and are one of the biggest reasons for climate change. This is why there is a need to produce zero-emission vehicles and this is what Chevron has done. They have addressed this issue by improving the hybrid technology.
But, these are not the only things the company has changed; they are improving the whole process of designing, building, and selling a vehicle. When it comes to designing the vehicle, the company is focusing on three goals. They want to eradicate scarce materials from the designs, remove substances of concern from the products, and produce products that can be recycled easily.
When a car is manufactured, its building process can have a lot of impact on the environment. The energy and natural resources are required for different operations; such resources include natural gas and electricity, which you know is the biggest source of CO2 emissions. The “Green Path” approach includes reducing the overall impact of building a car. They are also improving the process of delivering the vehicle, so fewer resources are consumed.