Delta’s 2016 Corporate Responsibility Report provides a look at the company’s approach to being a good steward of the environment, a positive force in communities and a great place to work and fly.
Delta, in partnership with Lands' End, looked to a fabric recycling company to ensure thousands of uniforms didn't go to waste.
Ten years ago, Delta became the first airline with a comprehensive recycling program for cans, newspapers, water bottles and snack containers. Read on for more highlights of the program.
The airline is offsetting emissions on all domestic travel at six major airports as part of its effort to contribute to environmental progress.
The Nature Conservancy's CEO explains how he's using his business know-how to convince others environmentalism is good for the planet and the economy, in this month's 'Sky' magazine.
Global airline industry policy makers meet next week to discuss capping airline emissions on international flights. Delta is steps ahead, as it has achieved carbon-neutral growth since 2012.
Delta is the only airline to be named to the annual Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index (DJSI), marking the sixth consecutive year the airline has been awarded the distinction. “From finance...
Delta claimed the 44 th spot for U.S. companies, leading all other airlines, in the 2016 Newsweek Green Rankings, one of the world’s foremost corporate environmental rankings. The airline also nabbed...
Delta flies more than 5,000 flights a day all over the world. And all that flying can have an impact on the environment. In fact, jet fuel accounts for more than 98 percent of Delta’s carbon...
In celebration of Earth Day, Delta is offsetting carbon emissions for customers flying to Atlanta from Los Angeles, Seattle and New York.