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Audi Environmental Foundation

Audi Environmental Foundation

The Audi Environmental Foundation (Audi Stiftung für Umwelt GmbH) promotes engagement with and technologies for environmental protection with the objective of protecting and maintaining the natural resources required by humans, animals, and plants. The projects sponsored by the Audi Environmental Foundation focus on innovative, environmentally compatible technologies and measures for environmental education. They create impulses for acting sustainably and promote awareness of the effects of human behavior on nature. The Audi Environmental Foundation was established in 2009 as a wholly owned subsidiary of AUDI AG in order to strengthen its engagement with society and the environment.

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  • 05/22/20
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    Audi launches Mission:Zero environmental program: natural habitats at Audi locations

    The United Nations has declared this decade the UN Decade of Biodiversity to raise awareness of the global extinction of species and to promote measures to halt it. Audi is contributing to this effort and is implementing biodiversity projects at all sites. As a member of the Biodiversity in Good Company initiative, the company is committed to preserving biological diversity and has consolidated all activities that contribute to this effort in its Mission:Zero environmental program.
  • 01/29/20
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    Audi Environmental Foundation honors young thinker for Master’s thesis on handling climate change

    The Audi Environmental Foundation has honored the master’s thesis of a young researcher from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) with the “Sustainable Resource Management Award” (SRM). The prize, which was awarded for the ninth time, went to Dayana Ramirez Gutierrez. The scientist delved deeper into “Stakeholder Knowledge Mapping” (SKM) and developed a concept for initial operationalization. The award winner received EUR 1,500 for her academic thesis.
  • 12/05/19
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    Where Innovation happens: Experts discuss ideas for future mobility at the MQ! Innovation Summit in Beijing

    Under the motto #neverstopquestioning, Audi has gathered pioneers, visionaries and technical experts from all over the world in Beijing for the third MQ! Innovation Summit. The core question remains: Is there a mobility quotient (MQ), similar to an IQ? In what way could the MQ be measured? How will sustainable mobility be defined in the future? And how might we decode the Chinese customers’ needs for electric mobility? These are only some of the questions that 600 participants, external keynote speakers and internal experts discussed during the last two days.

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