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At FedEx, we employ initiatives such as EarthSmart to create more efficient and environmentally friendly processes. This commitment drives FedEx to explore energy efficient alternatives to vehicles, planes and workplaces. Be the first to find out what we're doing today to help make a difference as well as how you can become more EarthSmart in your daily life.

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A Pilot Kit for the 21st Century
For years, pilots have been carrying around their pilot kit. What is in a pilot kit? Well, during the first day of ground school as a pilot, you are handed a stack of books. One book to describe how to fly the airplane, another book to describe the systems on the airplane, another book of company procedures, regulations and rules to follow…you get the idea. Oh...
Oct 4, 2013 10:00 AM ET
Meet the New FedEx Efficient Containers. Lighter design. Less fuel.
Taking weight off a jet isn’t a new idea. It’s a problem aviators have tried to solve since the early pages of aviation history. Extra weight equals extra fuel. When you find the right balance, you can fly farther, use less fuel and reduce emissions. But it’s how you take the weight off that gets interesting. Charles Lindbergh became the first person to fly...
Oct 3, 2013 11:15 AM ET
Europe, Middle East, Africa: Sustainable Solutions in Action
FedEx on YouTube FedEx works toward greater sustainability to deliver more opportunities for our customers, communities and our planet. Our role is to help the world connect more efficiently, while minimizing our impact on the environment. In Europe, Middle East, Africa and...
Sep 18, 2013 9:45 AM ET
EarthSmart Fire Recovery in Colorado Springs
FedEx on YouTube FedEx volunteers, in collaboration with the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation, helped rehabilitate and restore the fire damaged Colorado Springs wildlife as part of the FedEx EarthSmart outreach program. FedEx CaresFedEx provides corporate...
Sep 13, 2013 10:00 AM ET
From Fuel Supply to FuelSense
You never know where some things will lead. As an Army Captain, I had the fortune to command a supply company that included a fuel supply platoon with the responsibility to refuel the 3rd Armored Division in central Germany. These refueling operations were very static, dispensing fuel from large bladders which required units to congregate many tracked and wheeled vehicles at fuel depots...
Jul 3, 2013 9:30 AM ET