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At the event, Audi will be highlighting its environmental initiatives and green projects with the help of digitisation.

16 Jun 2021 | International News : Germany

Audi is involved in environmental protection in many ways - be it with intelligent supply chain monitoring, the elimination of microplastic generation, or optimised resource efficiency. As diverse as Audi's proposed solutions may be, they share one thing in common: Progress toward net-zero carbon neutrality.

Because sustainability is a priority target for Audi, the German automaker is once again the founding partner of this year's Greentech Festival, which takes place from 16 to 18 June 2021. The festival is being held as a hybrid event, with screenings both live on site at Kraftwerk Berlin and digitally on visitors' computers, laptops, and smartphones.

Audi will be showcasing environmental initiatives and green projects through keynotes, panel discussions, and boot camps. These demonstrate that its products, processes, and materials are all geared towards combating climate change and promoting sustainability with the help of digitisation.

One of Audi's presentation topics will be an architectural model of a car factory that shows how production sites can be operated with net-zero emissions by 2025. The Audi Environmental Foundation will also be presenting an innovative microplastic filter for urban water management.

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