Honda and fuel efficiency have been synonymous for decades. But even with cars like the Civic and the Fit, Honda is not just aiming for higher EPA ratings than those of its competitors; Honda’s main goal is to promote a healthy environment for our future generations.

That’s why Honda’s slogan promises “blue skies for our children.” As part of that promise, Honda set a goal in 2006 to reduce emissions from its entire vehicle lineup (as well as power products) by 10% by the end of 2010, in comparison to 2000 levels. After meeting that goal, the Japanese automaker set an even greater goal—an emissions reduction of 30% by the end of 2020 when compared to 2000.

As a testament to Honda’s “Blue Skies for our Children,” the car manufacturer has launched a series of short films about all the ways that Honda employees are promoting a greener (or bluer) future. The first clip to appear was called “Paint by Numbers” and can be viewed below!

And if you’ve got any ways that you personally strive to promote blue skies for our children, leave a comment below, or stop in to Avery Greene Honda and tell us in person!