UPS (NYSE: UPS) today released its 12th annual Sustainability Report announcing that in addition to reducing overall carbon emissions in 2013, the company also met its 2016 goal of reducing its air and ground fleet’s carbon intensity by 10 percent three years early. Thus, the company has set a new goal to achieve a 20 percent reduction in carbon intensity from transportation by 2020.
The 2013 report documents UPS’s ongoing efforts to increase sustainability through its “Committed to More” approach. Noting that sustainability is often discussed in terms of doing less, UPS is committed to efficiently providing more – for customers, the environment, and communities around the world. The report also highlights the continued achievement of the company’s greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goals, as well as the measureable impact of its humanitarian initiatives.