There are many extra-financial indices, labels and ratings. In order to assess its environmental, societal and governance performance as objectively as possible, the Michelin Group monitors its performance with the main internationally recognised rating agencies.

Non-financial ratings

The Group is widely recognized as a leader in sustainable mobility

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Refrence index

Michelin maintains its presence in the Ethibel index (Excellence Europe et Global), Euronext VigeoEiris (France 20, Europe 120, Eurozone 120, World 120) and FTSE4Good.

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Other awards

Natural rubber

During the “Eurocham Sustainability Awards 2020” ceremony in Singapore, Michelin was awarded in the “Smart Mobility” category for all of its actions in favor of a sustainable natural rubber sector. Since its creation, Michelin has been a privileged partner of players in the sector, and made a commitment very early on to make it eco-responsible and beneficial to all players, with an ambition of “zero deforestation” production.

 

Responsible procurement

Michelin has reaffirmed its commitment to sustainable procurement by receiving the “Responsible Supplier Relations and Procurement Label” for the sixth year in a row. To date, Michelin is the only company to have been recognized by the Label for all of its purchasing operations worldwide.

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CDP Supply Chain

Michelin was named "Supplier Engagement Leader 2020" for its initiatives and strategy to support the energy transition in its supply chain. Only 7% of the companies rated by the CDP were awarded a place on the leader board.

 

Taking action for safer mobility

An integral part of Michelin’s culture, safety is also an absolute priority in global programs to promote sustainable mobility.

 

In line with its tradition of forging close partnerships, Michelin is continuing to work with a wide array of private and public organizations to improve road safety practices as part of its global commitments.

In December 2020, the Group received one of the most widely acclaimed CSR awards in Argentina for its safe mobility campaign, rolled out with the support of the FIA, Total and Essilor to promote appropriate driving practices among 18-35 year olds.

Michelin also received several CSR awards in China for its 2020 road safety awareness campaign “Safe Roads, Safe Kids,” including a special award in the Corporate category from iFeng Welfare, a subsidiary of iFeng.com, one of China's leading portals.

Natural rubber: At the EuroCham Sustainability Awards 2020 ceremony, held in Singapore, Michelin won the “Smart Mobility” award for its continued efforts to ensure that its natural rubber is sustainably sourced.

Long a preferred partner to stakeholders across the industry, Michelin very quickly took initiatives to make it more eco-responsible and mutually beneficial for everyone, with the ultimate goal of eliminating deforestation in natural rubber farming.

  • To go Further

  • Sustainable Development and Mobility

    The Group’s societal responsibility is embodied by its Sustainable Development and Mobility strategy. It aims to make Michelin one of the most innovative, responsible, and high-performing companies worldwide across all of its responsibilities: economic, environmental, social and societal.

  • 100% sustainable tires

    Michelin is committed to making our tires 100% sustainable by 2050. This is an ambitious but realistic target for the Group, a leader in sustainable mobility. Appearances can be deceiving! This adage definitely applies to Michelin’s tires, which are high-technology products made of more than 200 components. They’re much more complex than they appear, which means that ensuring that all the tire’s components are sustainable presents a significant challenge.

  • The VISION Concept

    With VISION, Michelin has committed to meeting a huge challenge to make mobility safer, cleaner, more efficient and universally accessible. Unveiled in 2017, the VISION concept comprises both a wheel and an airless tire. Biosourced, connected and featuring a renewable tread, VISION offers a compelling illustration of how Michelin’s sustainable development model will transform tires between now and 2050.

  • Sustainable Development and Mobility
  • 100% sustainable tires
  • The VISION Concept

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