For most, April 2020 looks different than expected, but our commitments to our planet continue.
That’s why Delta is giving customers an opportunity to amp up their Earth Month vibes by reading the latest digital edition of Sky Magazine and tuning in to a collection of new onboard content that highlights the wonders of our world and the importance of protecting it.
Flip through the virtual pages of Sky to read an interview with Idris and Sabrina Dhowre Elba and learn about their work on behalf of Global Citizen; spend Five Minutes with Daniela Fernandez, the Founder and CEO of Sustainable Ocean Alliance; or learn about sustainable coffee with Matthew Swenson, the Chief Product Officer at Chameleon Cold-Brew.
Customers can also take a trip through and beyond our planet with National Geographic’s One Strange Rock or get up-close and personal with Yosemite’s 3200-foot El Capitan in National Geographic’s award-winning documentary, Free Solo, on their next Delta flight. Other environmentally focused content launching this month includes:
- One Strange Rock
- Free Solo
- Planet Earth II
- Earth: The Inside
- Story-Seven Worlds, One Planet
- Drain The Oceans
- Blue Planet Now
- India’s Wild Karanataka
- Crikey! It’s the Irwins
In February, Delta made a commitment to invest over the next 10 years toward becoming carbon neutral globally. Reducing and removing carbon from the environment is a long-term challenge Delta remains committed to.
Read a message from Chief Sustainability Officer Gareth Joyce about Delta’s commitment to becoming a cleaner airline and connecting the world.