Date(s) - 16/12/2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The BMW Group is a leading premium car manufacturer with a clear path towards sustainable mobility. But what does that mean? Is the electrification of its vehicles the only thing that matters to achieve this goal? The company says that sustainable mobility is more than just emission-free: Circular economy is the way to go, to rethink operation, reduce primary materials, reuse fabrics, and recycle leftovers. With good partners on this way towards a real sustainable automaker, the BMW Group is cooperating with BASF, the German chemical company on various of these action fields. Both have achieved significant results already.
In this conversation you’ll learn how the company is addressing such critical issues as:
Sourcing of critical materials
Circularity as strategic approach
Joel Makower, Chairman & Co-founder, GreenBiz Group
Alissa Kendall, Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, UC Davis
Thomas Becker, Vice President, Sustainability, Mobility, BMW Group
Christoph Jaekel, Head of Corporate Sustainability, BASF
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