UPS Airlines has reduced its carbon intensity through aircraft fleet, aircraft weight, and aviation procedures updates.
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Since 2005, UPS Airlines has reduced its carbon intensity by 13 percent through strategies focused on our aircraft fleet, aircraft weight, and aviation procedures. We increased oversight of our airline’s footprint in 2018 with the creation of the Fuel Analytics and Sustainability Group. Here are a few other ways that we avoided greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions while in flight during 2018.
This infographic is from the 2018 Interactive UPS Sustainability Progress Report: Creating Our Tomorrow, Sustainably. Visit ups.com/sustainability to see the full Report, GRI Content Index, and other stories of innovation.
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