WWF Climate Savers


In 2010, the Volvo Group became the world’s first heavy-duty truck manufacturer to join Climate Savers, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) program that encourages large, multinational companies to set ambitious targets for reducing their carbon footprint.

For its part, the Volvo Group committed to reducing the total amount of carbon dioxide emitted during the lifetime of trucks manufactured and sold from 2009 to 2014 by 13 million tons compared with trucks manufactured in 2008. The Group expanded the agreement in January 2012 to include Volvo Construction Equipment and Volvo Buses.