Our Strategy

In accordance with its corporate purpose of "Driving innovation to enrich people's lives," Nissan provides unique and innovative automotive products and services that deliver superior value for all stakeholders. 

Nissan aims to formulate sustainability strategies and promote activities that take into consideration stakeholder interests and the latest developments, such as technological innovations.

A key theme in its current strategy, Nissan Sustainability 2022, is a world with zero emissions and zero fatalities. In the area of Environment, in particular, Nissan is promoting initiatives globally to achieve carbon neutrality across the life cycle of its products by 2050.   


The objective of Nissan Green Program 2022 is to reduce CO2 emissions from new vehicles by 40%. In FY2021, we achieved a 42.5% reduction of CO2 emissions in our new vehicles compared to FY2000.
The objective of Nissan Green Program 2022 is to reduce CO2 emissions from corporate activities by 30%. In FY2021, we achieved a 32.9% reduction of CO2 emissions compared to FY2005.
Nissan has sold 1.63 million vehicles equipped with ProPILOT and /ProPILOT Assist advanced driver-assistance technology, which enhances collision- avoidance performance

Nissan Materiality

Nissan has completed its materiality assessment considering risk and opportunity, taking into account stakeholder interests and the latest trends such as technological innovation.


"A symbiosis of people, vehicles and nature" sums up Nissan's vision of an ideal mobility society. Our aim is for our vehicle and business activities to be of benefit. To this end, we will continue our collaborative approach to creating a sustainable mobility society.



Nissan's business activities are supported by various stakeholders. In addition to respecting their rights, as a global company we conduct our business activities with an awareness of society's needs and our responsibility to further its sustainable development.



Nissan's corporate purpose is "Driving innovation to enrich people's lives." Accordingly, we strive to provide unique and innovative automotive products and services that deliver superior, measurable value to all stakeholders. Because trust in Nissan is vital to our success, we continuously endeavor to improve our corporate governance.

Nissan Sustainability Seminar 2022

We held an online event on August 2, 2022, to provide an update on our sustainability strategy and initiatives towards realizing a cleaner, safer and more inclusive world. Nissan's Chief Sustainability Officer, Joji Tagawa, presented the highlights of our annual sustainability report and shared our progress in core areas.

The presentation was followed by a panel discussion with experts on how sustainability must be core to corporations and how companies, governments and individuals with a sustainable approach can collaborate to address social issues and future trends.

Nissan Sustainability Seminar 2022

Moderated by Keisuke Hanyuda, Managing Director, CEO of Owls Consulting Group, Inc., Special Advisor to the Minister's Secretariat, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.


  1. Joji Tagawa, Chief Sustainability Officer, Nissan Motor Corporation
  2. Shizuko Ohmi, Head of Investment Stewardship, JP Morgan Asset Management
  3. Seita Emori, Professor of Institute for Future Initiatives, the University of Tokyo and Senior Principal Researcher at National Institute for Environmental Studies

Related Activities

Introducing various Nissan initiatives related to Sustainability.

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2022/10/16World Food Day: Making a difference with a single act of kindness

2022/08/08Freedom to move

2022/08/03#BreakTheBias - Happy International Women's Day!

2022/03/22Supporting responsible water consumption one vehicle at a time

2021/10/26Inside Nissan's Tochigi Plant: a casting line transformation

2021/06/03My Life With A Nissan LEAF: Going Further With Four More Owners

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