We’re investing in projects and initiatives that don’t only benefit the planet, but the people and wildlife living on it too. From creating sustainable homes for our crew to bringing tree species back from the brink, we’re committed to creating life-changing opportunities for everyone.
As part of our carbon offset programme, we’re helping to fund gold standard projects that significantly reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere.
We’re purchasing carbon offsets to neutralise the CO2 emissions of our flagship 787-10 Greenliner. In the process, we’re supporting Carbon Tanzania’s Makame Savannah project; an initiative that protects wildlife, endangered species and local communities.
For every seat on our Sustainable Flight on 23 October, we adopted a mangrove in Abu Dhabi’s Jubail Mangrove Park. In three years, just one mangrove will capture 12.3kg of CO2. That’s around 3,700kg of CO2 for all the guests on board.
We’ve partnered with CarbonClick so that you can offset your carbon emissions every time you fly with us. You’ll help to support projects that fight climate change; like protecting forests from deforestation in East Africa and building biogas generators that turn waste into energy.
Did you know that 30% of the world’s tree species are at risk of extinction? As the exclusive sponsor of the BGCI’s first biodiversity certification programme, that’s something we want to change.
From making Etihad a great place to work to contributing to the global communities we serve; we’re committed to creating a more connected world for everyone to live in.
We understand the unique position we’re in to help identify potential human trafficking situations. That’s a responsibility we take very seriously, and we’re working to help eradicate this illegal trade across all of our businesses.
As an Etihad Guest member, you can donate your miles to support charities around the world. From education and humanitarian relief projects to wildlife conservation programmes, a little help goes a long way.
Etihad Eco-Residence, Abu Dhabi’s first environmentally-friendly, purpose-built cabin crew accommodation, has been awarded Platinum certification – the highest certification in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) system.
The development in Masdar City has been constructed using materials with a low environmental impact and designed to maximise natural daylight. Solar hot water systems provide 76% of the community’s water demand, and the buildings’ design encourages greater water efficiency and smarter waste management.
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