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In 2017 AUDI AG developed the Aluminium Closed Loop, a method of taking the scraps of aluminium accumulating during production and giving them back to the supplier, who then makes new aluminium parts. This recycling method saved 90,000 tons of CO2 in 2018.
Together with Audi Brussels and the Port of Brussels, the Audi Environmental Foundation and its project partner Recycled Island Foundation have installed a specially developed collecting basin in the harbor basin of Brussels.
Green traffic lights all the way? Audi traffic light information doesn’t make this an exception. As early as July 2019, this vehicle-to-infrastructure service will start in Ingolstadt. Adding comfort for the driver, the technology also contributes to sustainability creating a smoother ride. In the long term, the service is a basis for autonomous driving.
Young visionaries from more than 190 countries who are passionately pursuing their goal of finding solutions for the world’s most pressing societal problems. These are the impressions from the One Young World Summit 2019 in London.
XXL rain collectors, green trains and bees have nothing in common with our cars? We say: Time for a change of perspective! How Audi contributes to the change towards a green future - find out more in this video.
On the occasion of the International Day for Biological Diversity on 22 May, Audi says: Listening is in our name! Audi has been committed to preserving biodiversity for many years, thus creating a habitat for more than a hundred plant and animal species.