FedEx | Reports

Find archived FedEx annual global citizenship reports, covering enterprise-wide strategies, goals, programs and progress across the fiscal year.

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New Global Report Demonstrates FedEx Economic Impact
The report found that FedEx played an integral role in helping businesses recover from the pandemic while overcoming strained supply chains and economic challenges.

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FedEx Releases 2022 ESG Report
At FedEx, our positive impact extends far beyond pallets and parcels. ESG – environmental, social, and governance – principles have been at the root of our reporting since these efforts began 14 years ago.

Energy

What Does a Forester in Oregon Have in Common With Aircraft Mechanics Students in Turkey?
Dan Shoun, a Lake County, Oregon Commissioner, who spent 30-plus years with the USDA Forest Service, sees wood-based biofuel as a win-win model to curb wildfire risk, support communities and provide low-carbon fuel.

Responsible Business & Employee Engagement

A Connected World is a More Sustainable and Prosperous World
Every day FedEx pilots span continents, our drivers criss-cross countries, package handlers sort millions of shipments, and customer service reps answer thousands of calls. Each one of our more than 340,000 team members takes responsibility for not only moving the goods and resources that fuel global commerce, but also for helping make the world a better place to live — now and in the future.

Research, Reports & Publications

FedEx Releases 2016 Global Citizenship Report
FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) announced today the online release of its 2016 Global Citizenship Report (GCR), which details the company’s commitment to connect the world in responsible and resourceful ways. The report includes annual updates on the company’s environmental, community and economic development initiatives.

Diversity & Inclusion

Developing Future Leaders: FedEx Diversity and Inclusion

Energy

Every Drop Counts at FedEx

Research, Reports & Publications

FedEx Releases 2014 Global Citizenship Report

Research, Reports & Publications

2014 FedEx Global Citizenship Report – Moving Possibilities

Environment

Sustainable Transportation Goes Further than FedEx

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