Honda is taking initiative in clearing the way to sustainability.   

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Improving fuel efficiency and developing alternatives to gasoline are the immediate thoughts, when one thinks about what automakers can do to help the environment. Both are important when it comes to reducing CO2 emissions that drastically alter the climate. Yet, reducing the environmental impact of automobiles, including CO2 is not all about fuel efficiency. 
So what is Honda doing to help these matters? Let's take a look!

"Green Path" means lowering or eliminating the use of substances of concern and scarce natural resource in the design of our vehicles. Significantly reducing the CO2 emitted from each vehicle and reducing the water use of our manufacturing operations. "Green Path" starts with how Honda has and will continue to design vehicles; focusing on three primary environmental goals.

1. Eliminating substances of concern from all Honda products
2. Develope vehicles and other products that are easier to recycle
3. Eliminate scarce materials from our designs 

One of the biggest environmental factors other than driving them, come from the manufacturing. Auto plants use tons of energy and natural resources to build vehicles that we use every day. Another contributory factor is how we ship and deliver cars to our dealerships after they have been built. Every day, we drive more than 900,000 miles in delivery. Another large component comes from our actual auto dealerships having a high number of energy needs. 

Taking all of these components, and Honda's passion for a "Green Path," the automotive world has just slightly turned a little greener.

Check out the Honda "Green Path" website to learn more about strategies and actions that are taking place to make our world a little safer.