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2012 FedEx Global Citizenship Report

gcr-ev-image.jpeg Today we released our fifth Global Citizenship Report. In the spirit of continuous improvement, this year’s report aligns with the Global Reporting Initiative guidelines. It showcases our continued efforts to provide sustainable solutions for our customers and our communities in a more standardized and transparent way. And, importantly, it is an all-digital and print-on-demand platform again this year.

Fred Smith introduces the 2010 Global Citizenship Update

...Check out how Nathan Loftice is waging a war on waste at FedEx Office. Or what Mike Vickers and Eric Pagano are doing to increase the use of recycled materials at FedEx Ground. And learn how Jeremy Goldstritch is reducing fuel usage through Eco-Drive programs in Asia.

Their actions speak as loudly as the numbers that mark our progress. Such team members are thinking globally and acting locally to make sure their cities, communities and neighborhoods are increasingly good places to live and work.

Yale Report Explores Environmental Impact of Trade

yale-study.jpg ...“One notable finding is that a subset of developing countries, such as China, India, and Mexico, have experienced trade growth while also decreasing their greenhouse gas emissions per unit of GDP.”

This is encouraging, and it tends to support the idea that trade, and the economic growth that goes with it, increases the capacity of countries to improve their environmental performance. It also reminds me of our work on Access, which includes a great deal of data analysis...

Driving to the Rose Garden

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“The longest part of the journey is said to be the passing of the gate.” – Marcus Terentius Varro