Carbon neutrality by 2050: Ford sustainability leaders take on ambitious new goal

Ford Motor Company’s Bob Holycross, vice president and chief sustainability, environment and safety officer, and Cynthia Williams, global director, sustainability, homologation and compliance, will participate in a virtual fireside chat hosted by Rod Lache of Wolfe Research on Wednesday, July 1, at 9:30 a.m. ET.

Holycross and Williams will discuss Ford’s continued sustainability leadership, including this week’s announcement of a new goal for the company to be carbon neutral by 2050. The commitment was made in conjunction with the company’s release of its 21st annual Sustainability Report. The report is online at sustainability.ford.com.

The Ford leaders will describe how environmental, social and governance performance can create long-term value for all stakeholders, and how ESG disclosures such as those in Ford’s Sustainability Report help investors make informed investment decisions.

Webcast registration can be found at shareholder.ford.com. The webcast will be listen-only and questions can be submitted through the online platform. Alternatively, the webcast audio can be accessed through the dial-in details below

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