UPS Releases Corporate Sustainability Report

UPS Releases Corporate Sustainability Report

534,000 UPSers worldwide focus on building more sustainable, resilient and inclusive communities

UPS has released its 2021 UPS Corporate Sustainability Report. Currently in its twentieth edition, the report reflects the steps it has taken to advance UPS’s sustainability goals.

In 2021, 534,000 UPSers worldwide focused on building more sustainable, resilient and inclusive communities.

Committed to reducing carbon footprint. UPS is adding hundreds of custom-built electric vehicles to its global ground network, piloting new technologies like eVToL aircraft in the US, and working to bring more sustainable aviation fuel to market – all critical steps to reaching its carbon neutrality goal.

Committed to people. The company is fostering a culture where equity, transparency, courage, authenticity and a sense of belonging are the norm in our workplace, with our customers and suppliers and in the communities we serve.

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Committed to customers. UPS continues to support women- and diverse-owned small business initiatives like the Women Exporters Program, Proudly Unstoppable and the Green Exporters Program.

Committed to communities. UPS plans to keep delivering social impact through its charitable giving, delivering HELP where it’s needed most, focused on Health and humanitarian relief, Equity and economic empowerment, Local engagement through volunteerism and Planet protection.

Committed to the planet. UPS is dedicated to help offset carbon by planting 50 million trees by 2030, in addition to supporting research and development efforts to foster green innovations in the transportation and logistics sector.

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