GREEN TALK FROM THE TOP

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Sustainability from a Global Perspective

SUE CISCHKE
Group Vice President Sustainability, Environment and Safety Engineering

SUSTAINABILITY AT FORD
ENVIRONMENTAL
‡ CO2 ‡ Energy Security

ECONOMIC
‡ Profitability ‡ Cash Flow

SUSTAINABLE

SOCIAL

Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the future.

‡ Human Rights ‡ Working Conditions

GLOBAL ENERGY DEMAND AND RESERVES
Global Energy Demand
800 800

60+ Percent of Global Oil, Natural Gas & Coal Reserves

Other O
600 600

Nuclear N Coal

400 400

Natural N G Gas
00 200

2007007

035 2035

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nd Exp d G w by N y 50% B w n 007 nd 035 R q $1 T n Ann Inv m n n En gy S pp y Inf N y Tw -T d f G b O , N G nd R v n z , UAE, R , n nd Un d S

 

 

 

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TRANSPORTATION OIL DEPENDENCE

TOTAL CRUDE OIL IMPORTS %

2

9 U.S. Light-Duty Vehicle Energy Consumption ( . mbd)

2

9 U.S. Crude Oil Supply (1 . mbd)

FUEL ECONOMY LEADERSHIP

FACILITY ENERGY USE

‡ Global energy consumption decreased by 29% and energy consumption per vehicle by 1 % since 2 ‡ Global manufacturing CO2 emissions decreased by % and emissions per vehicle by 2 % since 2

WATER RESOURCES

MANAGING WATER RESOURCES

WATER EXAMPLES
‡ Cleveland Casting Plant:

Aggressive program reduced water usage and another by 2 . percent in 2 percent in 2 9, saving more than $1.2 million in city water costs alone.
‡ Hermosillo Stamping and Assembly Plant

(Mexico): Water consumption per vehicle reduced % since 2 .
‡

% of waste water recycled for in-plant use, and local irrigation

‡ The Membrane Biological Reactor that

treats the water implemented at Chihuahua, Mexico, Chennai, India; and Chongqing, China

MEGA CITIES

MEGA CITIES

INNOVATION

BUILDING A BETTER WORLD

STRONG BUSINESS, GREAT PRODUCTS, BETTER WORLD

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