On the special January edition of Environmentally Sound, host Larry Burns, vice president for external affairs at The University of Toledo, is joined by WRJ radio personality Paul W. Smith at the 2011 North American International Auto Show to discuss sustainability in the automotive industry.
In this month’s episode:
- Bill Perkins, vice chairman of the 2011 North American International Auto Show, discusses how “green” vehicles have become a key competitive edge among automakers and how the auto show is making sustainability a priority.
- Ted Zielinski, an engineer with Maumee’s auto supply company Dana Holding Corp., talks about how heavily involved the company is in creating next generation automobiles.
- And Susan Cischke, the Ford Motor Company vice president in charge of sustainability, environment and safety engineering, tells us about the company’s efforts to respond to the demand for more efficient automobiles.