With air pollution on the rise, automakers like Nissan feel the responsibility to create new vehicles in a more responsible, efficient way.
In 2011, Nissan announced the Nissan Green Program 2016. The goal was to reduce carbon emissions by 20 percent by this year.
Did they make it?
After implementing the program, Nissan's CO2 fell by 22.6 percent... by 2014. Two years ahead of schedule.
How did they make such sweeping changes in such a short time?
The company utilized NESCO teams, short for Nissan Energy Saving Collaboration, to inspect manufacturing plants in Japan and globally. NESCO…