Renault Institute

Evolution with Responsibility

The Renault Institute was officially launched at the São Paulo Motor Show, in October 2010. However, developing social responsibility projects has been a long-standing activity for Renault. The company believes it is its role to provide opportunities for the development of people and the planet. The Renault Institute aims at contributing to sustainable human development by means of planned actions to promote the improvement of education, local community growth, road safety and environmental sustainability.
Education (Educate)

Goals for this pillar include providing university students with first-hand exposure to business practices, strengthen early childhood and primary education by empowering educators and administrators, in addition to supporting vocational training for youngsters.
Social Development (Transform)

This pillar aims at contributing to improvement in the quality of life and providing conditions for personal, professional and social development through the generation of revenue. Activities are initially focused on the communities in the environs of the Ayrton Senna Complex, in São José dos Pinhais and Curitiba (State of Paraná), as well as in São Paulo and Jundiaí (State of São Paulo).
Road Safety (Protect)

The purpose is to stimulate safe driving practices and educational activities to encourage peace of mind in traffic, focusing on awareness raising campaigns to prevent accidents and traffic violence. According to data released from the World Health Organization, road accidents are the leading cause of death in the 5 to 29 age group.
Environmental sustainability and mobility (Preserve)

Renault is committed to improving the quality of the environment, managing waste and the environmental impact, sustainable mobility and responsibility towards future generations. Therefore, Renault develops environmentally responsible products from design to final destination, such as the Renault Sandero.

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