American Airlines Publishes Latest Environmental, Social and Governance Report American Airlines NewsroomAmerican Airlines Publishes Latest Environmental, Social and Governance Report American Airlines Newsroom
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London. Dec 07-08, 2022.
FORT WORTH, Texas — American Airlines today published its latest Environmental, Social and Governance Report (ESG), which details the company’s progress in 2020 on key ESG priorities like sustainability, diversity, equity, and inclusion. FORT WORTH, Texas — American Airlines today published its latest Environmental, Social and Governance Report. It details the company’s progress in 2020 on key ESG priorities like sustainability and diversity, equity and inclusivity. American’s Chairman, and CEO Doug Parker stated in the report’s opening statement that despite this volatile period in our industry, American continued to prioritize ESG. He also made significant progress in key areas. The airline’s updated analysis of how it can achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 is featured in the report. American’s updated analysis reflects a greater availability of sustainable aviation fuel and the approval and adoption hydrogen and electric propulsion aircraft. This is in contrast to its previous analysis. American’s commitment for 2035 to science-based targets is also reflected in the new analysis. Today’s report is a companion document to American’s full 2019-2025 report, which was published last year. It was aligned with the frameworks of both the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board and Task Force on Climate-related financial disclosures (TCFD) for the first time. American’s most recent ESG Report can be found at aa.com/ESG. About American Airlines Group
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