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Dongfeng Motor Group (东风汽车集团有限公司)

Dongfeng Motor Group is a publicly listed company headquartered in China. In 2020, it had USD 16 billion in group revenue and produced 410,000 light duty vehicles. Dongfeng has no substantive transition plan or emissions targets, and a low share of its vehicle sales are low-carbon vehicles.

Ranking position
#22/30
Total score
24.3/100
Performance score
5.2/20
Narrative Score
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Trend Score
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Targets

#1 0.0 /3 #19

Material Investment

#1 0.0 /0.4 #16

Intangible Investment

#1 0.0 /2.4 #7

Sold product performance

#1 3.6 /7 #7

Management

#1 0.3 /2.2 #23

Supplier Engagement

#1 0.3 /1.2 #11

Client Engagement

#1 0.3 /0.8 #11

Policy Engagement

#1 0.6 /1.2 #2

Business Model

#1 0.1 /1.8 #22
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Leading practices

No leading practices were identified for this company.

Risks and opportunities

Trend

Dongfeng receives a trend score of -. If the company were reassessed in the near future, its score would likely decrease. Dongfeng is projected to exceed its 1.5°C scope 3 carbon budget for 2020-2025 by 9%. The company’s lack of a transition plan, emissions target or low-carbon vehicle sales target suggests that the company will fall further behind on its 1.5°C pathway.

Progress towards the Paris Agreement

Just Transition Assessment

In this report, we present five key thematic findings showing how 180 companies can increase their ambition towards a transition to a low-carbon future that is just and equitable for the people and communities at risk of being affected by it.

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  1. 2019
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More about the company

Headquarters
Wuhan, China
Revenue (2020)
USD 15.6 billion
Ownership
Publicly listed
Number of vehicles sold (2020)
2,801,965
Website
http://www.dfmg.com.cn/

This company is part of the SDG2000, the 2.000 most influential companies

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