Everywhere in the world, the MICHELIN Guide recommends the restaurants worth your trip and offers more than 3000 starred restaurants over 32 countries.
INNOVATING FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE LIFE IN MOTION
There are many small gestures that we can implement into our daily lives in order to have a better impact on the planet. Put together, these actions can add up: being more mindful of our energy consumption, switching from disposable to reusable objects, recycling or composting our waste as much as possible - and choosing to outfit our cars with tires with a lower environmental impact.
From the original MICHELIN Energy Saver tire that helped reduce fuel consumption to long term innovations such as the VISION concept featuring renewable and biodegradable tread, it has always been at the heart of Michelin's mission to innovate and to work towards reducing our impact on the planet. And we’re doing this at every step of the value chain, from the sourcing of materials to the recycling of end-of-life tires.
MICHELIN’S SUSTAINABILITY COMMITMENTS
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Renew: with its 4Rs approach, Michelin applies circular economy principles throughout its operations and business.
OUR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
The Group aims for carbon neutrality in manufacturing and to continue reducing its environmental footprint, including a series of commitments to protect biodiversity.
LOW CARBON PRODUCTS
Michelin aims to further improve its products’ energy efficiency over the next 10 years.
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions generated by logistics is a major objective for Michelin.