- Toyota is committed to offering an electrified version of each Toyota and Lexus model by 2025. Globally, Toyota estimates that it will have sold 5.5 million electrified vehicles by 2025.
- Toyota and Kenworth have rolled out new zero-emissions hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric heavy-duty vehicles (FCEVs) in Southern California, increasing zero-emission trucking capacity and reducing the environmental impact of drayage operations at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
- In the last four years, Toyota has reduced absolute GHG emissions by 14 percent. These emissions will be reduced by as much as 40 percent as we continue entering into virtual power purchase agreements (VPPAs).
- Toyota's North American manufacturing plants recycled or reused 623 million gallons of water last year. That’s equivalent to the annual water use of 5,689 average American families (based on U.S. EPA estimates that the average American family uses 300 gallons of water per day at home).
- Between 2017 and 2019, Toyota’s returnable shipping containers replaced the use of 54.1 million pounds of cardboard boxes and 144.3 million pounds of wooden crates.
- Toyota's North American facilities recycled, reused or composted 92.4 percent of all waste in 2019. That’s more than 689 million pounds of waste kept out of landfills and incinerators.
- Toyota has 17 sites with pollinator gardens supporting monarch butterflies along their migration path. When factoring in other automakers and suppliers across North America, the number of sites increases to nearly 200, thanks to the Pollinator Project Challenge issued by the Biodiversity Work Group – co-chaired by Toyota Motor North America – of the Suppliers Partnership for the Environment.
- Toyota has 13 sites engaged in conservation programs certified by Wildlife Habitat Council®.
- In the U.S., Canada and Mexico, we have supported 70 Toyota and Lexus dealerships in becoming LEED®-certified. Achieving LEED certification illustrates the dealerships’ commitment to sustainable construction and remodeling.
- The National Environmental Education Foundation, with sole funding support from Toyota Motor North America, awarded $275,000 to grantees in the U.S. and Puerto Rico to support activities that will restore public lands and find new ways to make them more resilient to extreme weather events.