As the first global automobile manufacturer to commit to reducing its carbon footprint, Renault is supporting environmental awareness and the development of rural areas in Bursa, Turkey.
Groupe Renault and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, a renewed commitment to promote the circular economy
Partners since Septembre 2010, Groupe Renault and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation both believe in the necessity to preserve natural resources and ecosystems, which is possible thanks to the circular economy.
Renault implements the circular economy throughout the various stages of the group’s products life cycle, to transform end-to-life parts and vehicles into a resource for the production and maintenance of vehicles, with a view to reducing its consumption of raw materials.
With the fleet including two Renault ZOE’s, the EVRT Team included 11 environmental enthusiasts who set off on a road trip in Europe to create awareness about energy, sustainability and a cleaner future. The adventure started in central London at the ‘E-Mobility Conference’ on April 25th with visits to Bordeaux, Madrid, Montpellier, Turin, Padova, Zagreb, Munich, Berlin, Tilburg and Paris along the way, finishing with the second “E-Mobility Conference” in Paris on 10th May. Since Global EVRT's establishment in 2015, they obviously have had many stories along the way to share!
Under its Safety & Mobility for All programme, Groupe Renault works with public administrations and local governments to run many international projects on road safety. For UN Global Road Safety Week, we take a look at some of the initiatives addressing kids around the world.
As a leading automaker, Renault is committed to the cause of safer roads, pursued both through vehicle equipment and prevention campaigns addressing the general public. For a peaceful summer, Renault takes you through some of the basic reflexes behind safe driving practice.
All too aware of the ecology and energy challenges their generation will be facing in the decades to come, T.R.E.V.E. (Tacking a Revolution in Energie) project founders Lola and Damien, along with their colleague Louis, will be travelling with their Renault ZOE through Europe to sound out some of the ways green electricity is generated today across the continent.
On 12 April, Renault handed TOWT (Transoceanic Wind Transport) the keys to its second electric vehicle, a new Renault ZOE Z.E. 40. This Brittany-based company, founded in 2011, specializes in zero-emission sail-powered transport. We spoke with co-founder Guillaume Le Grand on a partnership that combines wind power with electrical energy.
Renault, with its two partner organizations, is launching Eco Tour di Sicilia, an initiative that will give motorists total freedom to tour Sicily under all-electric vehicle power.
Groupe Renault and its partner Ticket for Change are inviting projects from entrepreneurs having socially responsible sustainable transport projects in France.