We believe that every part of our footprint, from the creation of a product, to its packaging, sale and delivery, should be executed with the expectation that our impact on society and the environment will always be positive. We believe in sustainable consumption. That’s why we have launched numerous projects and programs to reduce our impact on the environment and become a positive and sustainable force for the future.
A photovoltaic power generation system that JD built and installed on the roof of its Shanghai Asia No.1 logistics park has been operational since June 2018, significantly reducing CO2 emissions. JD plans to team up with global partners to create the world’s largest ecosystem of rooftop photovoltaic power generation by 2030, creating a photovoltaic power generation area of more than 200 million square meters.
Over 3,000 new energy vehicles have been deployed in several cities across China. Within two years, our nationwide fleet of direct-sale delivery trucks will be upgraded to new energy vehicles, and we will also encourage our partners to adopt the same policy. Based on our calculation, a 4.2-meter new energy van will reduce CO2 emissions by at least 20 tons per year compared with similarly sized fuel vehicles.
In June 2017, together with brand owners, manufacturers, logistics companies, packaging companies and industry associations, JD Logistics launched the Green Stream Initiative, a joint green supply chain campaign with the goal of improving the utilization rate of supply chain resources and reducing carbon emissions.
A 1 billion RMB JD Logistics Green Fund was launched in December 2017, with the goal of driving innovation for environmental protection and promoting green consumption.
100,000 recyclable Green Boxes were used to deliver goods in 2017. 1 million+ reusable delivery bags that are safe and environmentally friendly have been used since 2014. “Slim” tape, saving 250 million meters of tape for packaging in last two years.