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Sustainable Value Report 2010 of the BMW Group
This eighth edition of the BMW Group Sustainable Value Report has been published to inform stakeholders in a transparent manner about the company’s sustainability strategy and how sustainability is being integrated into corporate processes. Focusing on present and future challenges in the areas of sustainable management, product responsibility, Group-wide environmental protection, employees and social commitment, the Sustainable Value Report 2010 describes the company’s approaches and specific programmes used to improve its sustainability performance. The “objectives, key facts and figures” section presents key figures for these measures as well as the company’s objectives in the above-mentioned areas. Each chapter starts with a two page overview of the main points, including priority topics with the associated challenges, achievements and objectives as well as the key performance indicators (KPIs) used internally to control and monitor the BMW Group’s sustainability performance. This Sustainable Value Report is published in German and English.
Conforms to GRI standards
The BMW Group’s Sustainable Value Report has been compiled in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI G3) guidelines as well as the industry-specific Automotive Sector Supplement (pilot version 1.0). To what extent GRI indicators are met is shown in the GRI Index and where appropriate explanatory notes are attached. At GRI level A+(GRI checked), this Sustainable Value Report 2010 meets the maximum requirements detailed in the GRI guidelines. Topics have been selected and weighted in accordance with the findings of intensive, structured dialogue with stakeholders as well as with the results of in-house workshops in which all relevant BMW Group departments participated (cf. chapter 01.4). The resulting materiality...
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