Mazda Motor Corporation is a publicly listed auto manufacturer headquartered in Hiroshima Japan. In 2019 it had US$31.6 billion in revenue and sales of over 1.4 million vehicles. Mazda’s sales are evenly split between China, Japan, the US and Europe.
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Mazda Motor Corporation received a full ACT assessment in 2019.
The company’s transition alignment on targets has also declined. In the 2019 Automotive Benchmark Mazda’s targets were assessed as fully aligned. A more ambitious pathway was used for this assessment and input data has been revised. Therefore the company’s vehicle in-use emissions intensity reduction targets are no longer assessed as fully aligned. The company’s 2030 and 2050 reduction targets lack a baseline emissions starting intensity value, therefore, performance against them could not be assessed. Mazda should set clear and robust targets.
Overall, Mazda does not appear engaged with the low-carbon transition. Very little evidence was found of transition planning, of support for climate positive policy or of business model shifts towards activities to remain profitable in a low-carbon economy. Without a significant shift towards low-carbon vehicle sales, the company will continue to fall behind on low-carbon transition alignment.
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- Publicly listed
- Revenue (2019)
- US$31.6 billion
- Number of vehicles sold (2019)