National Public Lands Day (NPLD) – the country’s largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands, sponsored by Toyota, is takes places September 30. Toyota Team Members, Trina Mai and Travis Bailey pitch in at last year’s National Public Lands Day.
TMNA CEO Jim Lentz (right) receives the LEED Platinum plaque from Jonathan Kraatz (left), executive director, Dallas chapter, U.S. Green Building Council, for green building techniques on September 21, 2017.
Toyota achieved LEED Platinum from the U.S. Green Building Council for green building techniques at Toyota’s new headquarters campus in Plano, Texas. The 8.79-megawatt solar array provides up to 33 percent of daily electric needs for the campus and moves Toyota closer to achieving its global challenge to eliminate carbon emissions from all operations.
Toyota Motor North America achieved LEED Platinum from the U.S. Green Building Council for green building techniques, such as sustainable landscaping. Exterior landscaping features drought-tolerant, North Texas indigenous plants like savannah, oaklands and wildflower meadows.
Toyota Motor North America Chief Engineer Andrew Lund addresses the crowd as the company unveils the newest version of its hydrogen fuel cell electric heavy truck.
Team members at Toyota Bodine Aluminum in Troy, Missouri, built and installed six cedar nesting boxes around 30 acres of the site for the Eastern Bluebird. These songbirds, once threatened by introduced species, now thrive with the help of nesting boxes specially designed for their small size.
Project Portal and 2017 Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell Sedan – Toyota is pioneering the path toward zero emissions transportation. From the Mirai to the heavy-duty truck Project Portal operating in the Port of Long Beach, Toyota is demonstrating the viability, versatility and scalability of hydrogen fuel cell powertrain.
Wyland Clean Water Mobile Learning Center has engaged over 1 million students in over 30 states since the program was launched in 2008. The traveling center has a 40 person on board movie theater, a running river, video microscopes, computer model simulations, and actual rain falling over an urban landscape.
Jack Hollis, group vice president and general manager of Toyota division, accepts the 2017 World Green Car trophy from World Car Awards Steering Committee Director, USA, Tamara Warren at the New York International Auto Show.
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