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Portrait of Oliver Blume, CEO Volkswagen Group
“The Volkswagen Group bears responsibility for shaping sustainable mobility for generations. Our understanding of sustainability is holistic – it spans the four dimensions of nature, our people, society and business. We call that “regenerate+” – the Group’s new sustainability strategy.”
Oliver Blume CEO Volkswagen Group
Portrait of Oliver Blume, CEO Volkswagen Group
Dirk Voeste, Chief Sustainability Officer, Volkswagen Group
“We act with the mindset of a future-oriented transformation and strive to have a positive impact on nature and society. The collective effort of all employees worldwide is our unique strength – we will manage this comprehensive change together.”
Dirk Voeste Chief Sustainability Officer Volkswagen Group
Dirk Voeste, Chief Sustainability Officer, Volkswagen Group
Word mark regenerate+

regenerate+ is the pathway for our future. It is the basis for a measurable positive impact. Contributing positive impact is only possible with a holistic approach based on four dimensions: nature, our people, society, and business.

The four dimensions of regenerate+

Wind turbines at sunset with the word "nature" overlaying the image.
regenerate+ dimension: our people
regenerate+ dimension: society
regenerate+ dimension: business

Media contact

Esra Aydin
Esra Aydin
Corporate Communications Spokesperson Sustainability & CSR

Further information

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