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Repairing the future

The planet is in crisis. Aware of the challenges linked to climate change, resource depletion, and biodiversity losses, Michelin continues to minimize its overall environmental footprint.  

Commitments driven by the environmental challenges

Respect for the environment is a long-standing commitment and one of the Michelin’s five core values. For over 30 years, the Group has demonstrated its willingness to reduce its environmental footprint and its ability to design increasingly innovative products, services, and solutions with less impact. In tires, Michelin has shown the way since 1992 with the launch of the “green” tire.  
Through its “ All-Sustainable approach anchored in the “Michelin in Motion” strategy, the Group has defined new objectives for 2030 and beyond, so that its growth takes full account of environmental issues related to climate, biodiversity, and natural resources

Michelin’s commitments for the planet

Due to the urgency to act for the planet, here at Michelin, we work every day to provide innovative solutions with a better environmental footprint, without any compromise on the quality and performance of our products, which is so valued by our customers. This is how we want to prepare for the future. 

Pierre-Louis Dubourdeau Executive Vice President, Manufacturing - Member of the Group’s Executive Committee

Michelin’s holistic environmental approach

As the planet faces growing threats, the Group is strengthening its commitment through a thorough and ambitious framework. It is based on a scientific analysis of the environmental impacts at every stage in the life cycle of its products or services, a set of eco-design principles at the heart of its innovation strategy, as well as the realization of objectives for 2030 and beyond through concrete action. 

  • An environmental footprint analysis is carried out through the life cycle assessment (LCA) of the Group’s products and services, from extraction of the raw materials to end-of-life treatment of the product or service. This assesses the overall impact of the product or service. Every stage of the life cycle is thus evaluated according to sixteen environmental impacts* split into four major areas: health, climate change, use of fossil-derived resources, and biodiversity. The approach will be rolled out across all product and service ranges marketed in 2030. 

  • An eco-design concept applied to the Group’s innovation strategy for solutions with a better overall environmental footprint. By 2030, all the Group’s products and services will be eco-designed. 

  • Adapting actions and making public commitments for 2030 and beyond determined by the analysis results. 

*“Product Environmental Footprint 3.0, PEF” method developed by the European Commission

Planet ambitions by 2030


of products and services will be eco-designed by 2030.

+ 80%

of the tire environmental impact is linked to its usage phase.

+ 13%

of the environmental impact relates to the use of fossil-derived raw materials.

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