UPS targets 42% cut in greenhouse gas emissions

07/8/2009 | NYTimes.com

By flying more fuel-efficient aircraft, using biofuels and optimizing flight operations, United Parcel Service says it will cut its airline's greenhouse gas emissions by 42% over the next decade, relative to 1990 levels. UPS made the announcement Tuesday in a sustainability report, though it did not specify which new aircraft models or biofuels it was considering. "We're looking at a lot of different options," a spokesperson said.

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