We are convinced that acting sustainably will increase our capacity for innovation and our future viability by opening our company to change and helping identify risks and opportunity at an early stage.
We are working to create electrified, automated and connected mobility that contributes to clean air and accident-free, comfortable driving.
Continental expressly recognizes the 10 principles of the United Nations Global Compact for Human and Employee Rights, Environmental Protection and Anti-Corruption Measures.
General Presentation Sustainability at Continental
- ODDO BHF, Environment Forum in Paris, June 2017 (PDF, 3.4 MB)
- HSBC SRI Conference in Frankfurt, February 2017 (PDF, 3.9 MB)
Strategy and Targets
In 2015, 18 sustainability issues from our four key fields of action (corporate governance and corporate culture, employees and society, environment, products) were evaluated with respect to their contribution to long-term business success and sustainable development from both an external and an internal perspective.
In our so-called "Roadmap 2020”, we defined goals and concrete measures for our fields of action in the area of sustainability.