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AIAG Corporate Responsibility Survey Still Open…and We Want to Hear from YOU!  

The CR survey is an opportunity to make your voice heard — to take part in an ongoing conversation on industry issues and to impact the actions we take at AIAG and within the automotive community.

In addition to influencing the development of responsive programs and other resources, your feedback will also help us reach our charitable goal. For each completed survey, AIAG will make a contribution to UNICEF, an international organization benefiting global childhood education and humanitarian efforts.

Your Opinion Counts

To make sure that our survey results are as comprehensive as possible, and that varying viewpoints are represented in our data, we need your help. Every bit of feedback we receive will be included in our results — but rest assured that personal information about you and or your company will not be shared. Results will be shared anonymously as part of aggregate data, and while we do ask you to forward this survey to others who may be interested, we do not ask you to speak on behalf of your company, or anyone other than yourself.

Join us as we look forward to the future of corporate responsibility! Simply follow this link to access the survey, and let us know what you think.

Powering Performance

Hyundai Environmental Leader Urges Suppliers to Meet June 2018 Low-Volume Chemical Reporting Deadline

By Carla Kalogeridis, Wednesday, October 18, 2017 11:48 AM

With a deadline fast approaching for registering low-volume chemical substances under the European Union REACH, Hyundai Motor Europe’s Timo Unger urged automotive suppliers to do what they could to meet the June 2018 deadline because without substance registration, the supplier cannot put the product on the European market.

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Higher Quality Disclosures Directly Linked to GRI Reporting Framework

By AIAG, Wednesday, October 18, 2017 11:36 AM

Companies that follow GRI’s sustainability reporting framework provide higher quality disclosures than those that do not, according to a recent study by U.S.-based consulting firm, the Governance and Accountability Institute Inc. 

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