(GHG) Greenhouse Gas Reporting

The automotive industry’s manufacturing and logistics operations produce large quantities of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Although the majority of OEMs and suppliers voluntarily report emissions, these emissions are being regulated by a growing number of regions and countries, and are being asked for and reviewed by many non-governmental organizations and financial firms. These assessments are being done to determine the impact that GHG emissions may have on a company’s operations and its public perception.

OEM’s globally request GHG & qualitative information from hundreds of business partners to publically report their carbon footprinting. The benefits of reporting can lead to cost savings & energy efficiencies.

For more information: Greenhouse Gas Flyer

Register To Watch Webinars

Detail the no-cost tools, resources and initiatives DOE offers to support US manufacturing competitiveness and decarbonization efforts - plus much more!

Featuring AIAG Program Manager of Environmental Sustainability, Lecedra Welch, will review what makes up Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the industry, why we have to track and report them, and steps towards reduction.

The basics of science-based target-setting through the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), with an introduction to the framework, process, and available resources.

The Climate Group will present on three exciting initiatives and opportunities for business leadership: EP100 (energy productivity), RE100 (renewable electricity), and SteelZero (sustainable steel).

This webinar recording takes an in-depth look into the various tools, methods, and strategies that can help your company kickstart your Scope 3 GHG emissions accounting.

Greenhouse Gas Work Group

AIAG’s Greenhouse Gas Work Group developed a training session to increase suppliers awareness of reporting GHG emissions. The next phase for the Greenhouse Gas Work Group is to focus on emission reduction. OEM’s will partner with suppliers to share best practices. The lessons learned and processes implemented will set a foundation for other elements of environmental sustainability such as water and waste.

These companies are participating in this work group:


Current Participants

  • Aptiv Automotive Company
  • ARCADIS U.S., Inc.
  • Cree, Inc.
  • Ford Motor Company
  • General Motors Company
  • GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
  • IAC Group North America
  • ICL Systems, Inc.
  • Kongsberg Automotive Holding ASA
  • Magna International Inc.
  • Nexteer Automotive
  • RSJ Technical Consulting
  • Stellantis
  • US Epa SmartWay & Supply Chain Program Center

Program Management: Corporate Responsibility Team - (248) 358-3570

Looking to participate or inquire for more information about the Greenhouse Gas Work Group? E‑mail us!