Polestar’s sustainability mission becomes all-encompassing

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Polestar hopes to produce climate-neutral cars by 2030, which could have a big impact on design

Polestar has announced its new goal of creating climate-neutral electric cars by 2030. Dubbed ‘Polestar 0 project’, the idea is to change the way that cars are made instead of using traditional processes and offsetting emissions by planting trees. 

To achieve the goal, Polestar says each party across the entire development process and value chain, “from suppliers to retailers”, will need to be involved. The company believes that offsetting traditional processes that have high emissions footprints is not sustainable. 

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