The Chrysler Group 2010 Sustainability Report
2011 - Framework: GRI
Chrysler Group issued its first sustainability report this year, covering the 2010 calendar year.
The report focuses on four key areas:
1. Overview: with a discussion of the Company’s transformation, operations and goals
2. Product: including vehicle fuel economy and emissions; safety; materials; quality; and customer experience
3. Environment: detailing initiatives with respect to energy, air emissions, water, waste and biodiversity
4. People: highlighting information about the workforce, suppliers, dealers and the communities where the company does business
The report represents the first time the Company has presented its vision for creating a sustainable enterprise, including strategies, initiatives and commitments.
The Chrysler Group 2010 Sustainability Report was developed in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G3 Framework. The GRI is the most widely used reporting framework for performance on environmental, social and other corporate citizenship issues. Chrysler Group received confirmation from the GRI of achievement at Application Level A. Application Level A is the most advanced reporting level, and indicates that the Company reported on all core performance indicators as well as Profile and Management Approach disclosures for all GRI aspects.