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

non-financial ratings

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

Responsible procurement

In June 2019, Michelin was awarded the French government’s “Responsible Supplier Relations and Procurement” label. To date, Michelin is the only company to have been recognized by the Label for all of its purchasing operations worldwide. At the same time, in May 2019, Michelin received certification that its purchasing practices were mature with regard to the new international ISO 20400 Sustainable Procurement standard.

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Diversity

In a commitment to combatting gender wage inequality, France's Secretary of State for Gender Equality and the Ministry of Labor introduced a gender equality index in 2019. With Michelin France rated 94/100, the index indicated that the company’s gender equality in the workplace program has had a very positive impact.

 

Social responsibility

Michelin has been honored with the Corporate Social Responsibility Award from French financial weekly AGEFI. The award recognizes the commitment of everyone across the organization, who demonstrate and embody Michelin’s social responsibility in their behavior and decisions as they strive to make sustainable mobility a reality.

 

Governance

In September 2019, AGEFI awarded Michelin its Corporate Governance Grand Prize.

  • 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.

  • Circular economy

    Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Renew: With its 4Rs strategy, Michelin is actively involved in the circular economy throughout its tires’ life cycle.

  • Hydrogen

    Hydrogen-powered fuel cells can unleash the mass-market potential of electric vehicles by increasing their range. Michelin has been supporting this technology, which is now mature, since its earliest phases.

  • Sustainable Development and Mobility
  • Circular economy
  • Hydrogen

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