Manufacturers around the world are increasingly concerned about their carbon footprint. One company that is doing something about it is General Motors. Last fall, the automaker announced that it plans to source 100 percent renewable energy to power its U.S. sites by 2025—five years earlier than previously announced and 25 years ahead of its initial target, which was set in 2016. By accelerating its renewable energy goal, GM aims to avoid 1 million metric tons of carbon emissions that would have been produced between 2025 and 2030.

In "GM's Energy and Carbon Footprint Strategy," we gain insight into how GM plans to reach its renewable energy goal ahead of schedule by following the company's four-pillar strategy.

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GM's Energy and Carbon Footprint Strategy

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