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New Iveco trucks will reinforce the fleet for Amazon Freight Partners in Europe

Amazon orders more than 1,000 gas-powered vehicles as it builds a more sustainable fleet for Amazon Freight Partners

Amazon stages sustainability summit for transportation

Industry leaders, fleet operators and manufacturers, researchers, and policy experts from Europe and beyond join virtual Amazon FASTforward event.

Amazon supports European Year of the Rail

As part of our commitment to be net zero carbon by 2040, Amazon is exploring a variety of transportation innovations to make Amazon deliveries more sustainable.

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Reuse Amazon packaging to recycle electrical and electronic equipment

Amazon goes above and beyond to ensure our customers receive their products fast, safe and sound. Our packaging plays a significant role in our customer satisfaction goals. However, did you know that you can reuse the Amazon packaging you receive to recycle small electrical and electronic equipment?

Amazon pledges support to forests and communities in the Brazilian Amazon

As part of our commitment to The Climate Pledge—reaching net-zero carbon by 2040—Amazon is investing in the Agroforestry and Restoration Accelerator, a new nature-based carbon removal initiative.

Encouraging more companies to take action on climate change

Amazon is working to raise awareness about the importance of organizations setting carbon reduction goals and investing in zero- and low-carbon technologies.

Swedish financial services leader Klarna joins The Climate Pledge

Klarna is the newest signatory to The Climate Pledge, committing to reach net-zero carbon by 2040.

Amazon invests in ION Energy to help economy shift to low-carbon

ION Energy is the first India-based startup supported by The Climate Pledge Fund, a $2 billion investment programme to help develop sustainable and decarbonising tech and services.

Amazon becomes largest corporate buyer of renewable energy in the U.S.

Amazon is already the largest corporate buyer of renewable energy in Europe and globally, with 232 projects around the world, enough to power 7 million average EU homes.
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