SOURCE: World Environment CenterDESCRIPTION:
The World Environment Center (WEC) honored the Ford Motor Company by awarding it the 36th annual Gold Medal for International Corporate Achievement in Sustainable Development. Due to the global pandemic, WEC held a virtual presentation on December 15, 2020. Bob Holycross, Ford’s Chief Sustainability, Environment and Safety Officer, joined the event to accept the award.
WEC and all those in attendance were honored to have Congresswoman Debbie Dingell, representing Michigan’s 12th Congressional District, present the award through a pre-recorded message and Ford’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Jim Farley, accept on behalf of the company, celebrating its outstanding work in sustainability through a recorded message.
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KEYWORDS: Debbie Dingell, Gold Medal Award, Ford Motor Company, World Environment Center, WEC