FedEx

Courier

Climate impact reported for 

2020

Carbon Change

0.2

%

CO2e increase since

CO2e decrease since

2018

Total Annual Emissions

35

 Million

Metric Tons of CO2e

Emissions Intensity

500.6

Kg

CO2e Per $1000 in Revenue

Goal

To achieve carbon–neutral operations globally by 2040

What are they doing about it?

Renewable Energy Use

As part of our goal to become carbon neutral by 2040, we are advancing on-site renewable energy generation and procuring renewable energy to help us to continue reducing our GHG footprint. Currently, FedEx Ground has 16 on- and off-site solar installations, and our facility in Spokane, Washington, receives nearly 100% of its electrical needs from renewable energy sources. Across our operating companies, 26 FedEx locations generate on-site renewable energy, and we are evaluating additional opportunities to purchase off-site renewable energy.

Renewable Energy Generation

Solar electricity generated on-site increased from 21M kWh in 2018 to 24.5M kWh in 2020.

Energy Efficiency

Our goal is to transition the entire FedEx parcel pickup and delivery (PUD) fleet to zero emission vehicles by 2040. We will use a phased approach to replace existing vehicles. For example, by 2025, 50% of FedEx Express global PUD vehicle purchases will be electric, rising to 100% of all purchases by 2030, subject to availability.