The logistics sector plays a pivotal role in leading us to a greener future. In India and beyond, businesses are starting to contribute by adopting more sustainable practices.
At FedEx, we’re working hard to put sustainability at the center of our business. In Thailand, we’re collaborating with a local upcycling business to transform retired uniforms into new caps for local couriers.
Estimates show that a major part of greenhouse gas emissions comes from a company’s supply chain. With the right data insights, you can optimize your sustainability strategy.
There is no silver bullet for tackling sustainability challenges. But for small businesses, easy to implement wins can have a huge impact on consumer perception and spending.
We are committed to making our operations more sustainable – and our goal of net zero by 2040 outpaces the Paris Climate Agreement by a decade.
We speak to Sustainability Magazine about our environmental policies and strategy for a greener tomorrow for communities and the planet.
Our Global Economic Impact Report examines how we power the global economy and support communities where we live and work. In this article, we break down the effect FedEx has across Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa.
Sustainable supply chains and responsible operations are essential for small businesses to win over climate-conscious customers – and make a positive impact on the future of our planet.
As sustainability becomes a top priority for investors, customers and employees, it is increasingly important for SMEs to incorporate ESG strategies into their operations.
In Japan, the future of sustainable aviation is being powered by innovation. Alternative fuels, unlikely raw materials, and cross-industry collaboration is driving this change.