AIRINC and the Science Based Targets initiative

    May 05, 2022 @ 12:08 PM / by Jordan Blue

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    We believe in a sustainable future which is why we have made a commitment to reduce our carbon emissions by 30% by 2030 and had that commitment validated and approved by the Science Based Targets initiative. This type of bold commitment is required to maintain global temperature rises below two degrees Celsius.

    Our process for establishing our commitment:

    • We researched five years' worth of AIRINC's emissions, such as our offices' energy usage, our business travel and our employees' commuting to understand our baseline
    • We created a model to identify our major areas of emissions and tested various plans to reduce them
    • We formed a global cross-functional team to support a Green AIRINC, with executive support and commitment to these goals -- because we believe that it's that important.

    We are applying the new knowledge that we learned by going through this process to our products, with the view to support our clients with their own sustainability initiatives. Our enhanced solutions will help our clients make more sustainable decisions within their mobility programs.

    We will share progress updates with you along the way; watch this space for updates on products that help drive sustainable decisions.


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    Jordan Blue

    Written by Jordan Blue

    Jordan joined AIRINC as the Director of the West Coast in the summer of 2017. Prior to joining AIRINC he worked for Deloitte, Mercer, and CareerBuilder. He and his team support client engagement from Denver to the Pacific by advising on data use, policy questions, assignment strategy, and more. Jordan works with companies of all types but lives in San Francisco and primarily focuses on the Technology industry. He specializes in helping companies develop and administer host-based assignments, short-term assignments, and permanent moves. He also leads our Engineering & Construction industry benchmark group. Jordan earned his Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Miami University in 2003 and his MBA with concentrations in Applied Economics and Change Management from DePaul University in 2010.