Toyota has asked parts suppliers to reduce carbon emissions

Toyota has asked parts suppliers to reduce carbon emissions

Toyota Motor Corp. has asked parts suppliers to reduce carbon emissions, the company said Wednesday.

The largest Japanese carmaker, which aims to be carbon neutral by 2050, has given suppliers a goal of achieving carbon neutrality, a Toyota spokesman said.

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“Carbon neutrality is not something that only one company can achieve, so we asked suppliers to work together to achieve that,” he said.

The Nikkei newspaper reported the news for the first time.

Toyota will set an initial target for major auto parts suppliers to reduce carbon emissions from the previous year by 3%, it reported.

Toyota head Akio Toyoda, as head of the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, said in April that the Japanese auto industry could lead the country to a boost in achieving carbon neutrality.

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