Discover how Nissan is committed to a cleaner, safer and more inclusive future.

Our Strategy

Nissan’s purpose places sustainability at the core of the business. This means working toward a cleaner, safer, more inclusive world continues to define how we develop products, technologies, and services. From talent management to supply chain to product design and the entire lifecycle of our products, sustainability is a priority throughout Nissan’s business. We have accelerated our sustainability strategy by introducing the Nissan Green Program 2030 (NGP2030) and Nissan Social Program 2030 (NSP2030). These programs will provide a foundation for our business planand help us realize our Ambition 2030 vision.

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Nissan aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 across its operations and product lifecycle. In 2022, we achieved a 41.2% reduction in CO2 emissions from new vehicles compared to 2000.
As part of our emissions reduction efforts, new Nissan vehicle offerings in key markets are going to be electrified by the early 2030s.



Nissan will continue to develop driver assistance and intelligent technologies in order to realize a safer society. So far, 2.27 million vehicles are equipped with our advanced driver assistance system “ProPilot/ProPilot Assist.”

More Inclusive

More inclusive​

Our goal is to build a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace where every individual is valued, respected, and empowered.
Nissan’s global workforce represents over 100 nationalities, and our ratio of women managers has increased from 6.7% in 2008 to 15.5% in 2023 globally.

Leadership Messages

“For nearly nine decades, we have done what others don't dare to do. Today, more than ever, it is critical that sustainability is embedded in all our endeavors to build an organization that is truly needed by customers and society.”

Makoto Uchida, President & CEO

“It is vital that Nissan contributes to the creation of a cleaner, safer, more inclusive world. Everything we do is carried out with respect for the environment, people, society, and future generations under our sustainability strategy.”

Joji Tagawa, Senior Vice President & CSO

Latest News

2023/01/20Nissan Announces Terms and Condition of its Sustainability Bonds to raise 200 billion yen

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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