Driven to reduce emissions since 1948.
Honda Canada has a long history of reducing emissions from our products and manufacturing, and we have ambitious goals to continue to do so. Watch the video to learn more.
We’re proud to have a fleet that emits less CO2 than the industry average
We’re happy to show how much CO2 our vehicles produce. The Emissions Indicator badge gives CO2 emissions in grams per kilometre travelled – look for it when shopping for a vehicle. 2020 Civic Sedan Touring shown. Final 2017 Government of Canada report (most recent) showing CO2 g/mile emissions by manufacturer including credits.. For more information, visit https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/eccc/documents/pdf/cepa/ldv-ghg-performance-2017-eng.pdfView our low-emissions lineup on Honda.caarrow_drop_up
We want Blue Skies for our Children. It’s our vision that future generations experience the joy and freedom of mobility while living in a sustainable society. That’s why we strive to reduce CO2 emissions from our products and operations alike.
Making a Splash
Cleaner & quieter on the water.
Since 1964, Honda has built only four-stroke outboard motors, which are up to 90% cleaner and 50% more fuel-efficient than two-stroke engines.
A new era in efficient engines.
Our CVCC engine, launched in 1974, allowed us to meet strict emissions standards without the use of a catalytic converter.
Zero to Hero
Minimizing manufacturing impact.
Our Alliston, Ontario manufacturing facility has achieved zero waste-to-landfill targets since 2007.
Setting the pace for the climate.
Honda Canada and the Honda Canada Foundation have donated more than $2 million to organizations that focus on conservation.
Driven by a desire to support our dealerships in their environmental sustainability efforts, we’re proud to introduce the Honda Canada Green Dealer Recognition Program. It’s another important step on the road to Blue Skies for our Children.Take a Lookarrow_drop_up
Honda’s Environmental Statement outlines our responsibility to minimize our impact on the world. From manufacturing processes to our corporate day-to-day, we’re guided by four principles in everything we do.
We pledge to…
Recycle and conserve resources at every stage of our products’ lifecycle.
Invented by a Honda associate Intelligent Paint Technology helped cut manufacturing emissions by %.
Best of both worlds
A Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV), the new Honda Clarity runs on an electric motor, gas engine or a combination of both to maximize efficiency with continued performance in mind.
Ahead of the curve
In 2000, we were the first in Canada to offer a hybrid model. Today, we’re revving up out electrified lineup with the all-new Insight hybrid as we drive forward to a cleaner future.
At our Canadian headquarters, we seek to optimize daylight and outdoor views for our employees.
Evolving the office
When building our new headquarters in Markham, our goal was to make it the most environmentally friendly building we could. With LEED® Gold Certification criteria as our compass, design decisions were made with sustainability in mind.
Features like a heat-reflective roof to help us stay cool, bio swales for natural filtration that help keep waste out of the sewer system, and irrigation techniques that collect rainwater to keep the grounds looking green keep things running efficiently.
Smaller carbon footprint
Our office uses up to 33% less energy than typical office buildings its size.
Nearly all our waste was diverted from landfills in 2017.
We use up to 89% less water than typical office buildings of the same size.
One Honda. One Tree.
Honda and the Honda Canada Foundation are committed to a greener future. Through a partnership with Forest Recovery Canada, 180,000 trees have been planted across the country, with more in the ground every year. Honda and the Honda Canada Foundation also supports organizations like Earth Rangers and A Greener Future in their environmental efforts. Discover all the ways Honda Canada associates pitch in to help our communities grow.Dig Inarrow_drop_up