Delta’s Commitment to Sustainability
According to a Barron’s study published this year that rated 1,000 companies in five key categories: shareholders, employees, customers, environment and community, Delta is one of America’s 100 most sustainable companies, coming in at No. 27 on the list – and the No. 1 U.S. airline.
In reflection of their commitment to sustainability in these areas, Delta has shared this video which highlights the areas they are making a difference in. For example:
- Reducing their carbon footprint by 50% by 2050 compared to 2005
- Being the only US airline to cap their carbon emissions at 2012 levels
- Reducing single use plastics on flights, including an on-board recycling programme, with rebates used to fund homes through Habitat for Humanity
- Donating 1% of annual net profits to charitable causes ($50m in 2018)
Be sure to check out the video below to learn more about Delta’s work and why they’re recognised as one of the leading companies in the sustainability space.
Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) is the U.S. global airline leader in products, services, innovation, reliability and customer experience. Powered by its 80,000 people around the world, Delta continues to invest billions in its people, improving the air travel experience and generating industry-leading shareholder returns. Headquartered in Atlanta, Delta offers more than 5,000 daily departures and as many as 15,000 affiliated departures including the premier SkyTeam alliance, of which Delta is a founding member. The airline serves nearly 200 million people every year, taking customers to more than 300 destinations in over 50 countries. Delta operates significant hubs and key markets at airports in the United States and worldwide in conjunction with its alliance partners. More about Delta can be found on the Delta News Hub as well as delta.com, via @DeltaNewsHub on Twitter and Facebook.com/delta.