AIRINC believes in sustainable business practices.  To that end, we have made a commitment to reduce our Scope 2 carbon emissions by 30% by 2030, as well as track our Scope 3 emissions*. Our commitment has been validated and approved by theScience Based Targetsinitiative. This type of bold commitment is important in maintaining global temperature rises below two degrees Celsius. 

AIRINC uses historical and current data to establish our status, track progress, and sustain our commitment to emissions reduction. Our data includes five years' worth of emissions tracking such as our offices' energy usage, business travel, employees' commuting, and estimated energy usage for employees working from home. We continue to monitor and review our energy usage and emissions output each year, identifying our major areas of emissions and working to reduce them even as we grow.   


In 2023, two more of our regional offices moved from independent to shared office spaces, significantly reduced our energy usage for our Scope 2-purchased energy between 2022 and 2023. Our total emissions from purchased energy usage are down just over 15% from last year. Purchased energy for working spaces makes up a significant portion of our overall emissions.  


However, our energy usage and emissions from Scope 3-business activities have increased from last year, due to increased business travel post-pandemic and needs for our growing company. That said, our Scope 3 emissions are 79% below our base year of 2018.  


Overall, our emissions increased 8% from last year; however, our totals are still down over 60% from our 2018 numbers due to more strategic business travel and a reduced office footprint.   


Our global, cross-functional sustainability team, with executive support and commitment, will continue to support a more sustainable AIRINC with both large and small activities that make a difference. We will continue to track and report our emissions data as we grow sustainability.   


Find out more about how you can track your emissions and make a positive impact here.  Or reach out for a chat. We’re happy to share our story and help other organizations make a similar commitment.  Together, we can make an impact and drive a brighter future.  


View the AIRINC sustainability statement here.


AIRINC support Global Mobility teams by providing furniture allowances and Environmental, Social, Governance Policy Scorecards.

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* According to Greenhouse Gas Protocol [], direct and indirect emissions are categorized into three broad scopes:

  • Scope 1: All direct GHG emissions.
  • Scope 2: Indirect GHG emissions from consumption of purchased electricity, heat or steam.
  • Scope 3: Other indirect emissions, such as the extraction and production of purchased materials and fuels, transport-related activities in vehicles not owned or controlled by the reporting entity, electricity-related activities (e.g. T&D losses) not covered in Scope 2, outsourced activities, waste disposal, etc.