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As e-commerce booms, posts commit to further reduce their delivery footprint

As e-commerce booms, posts commit to further reduce their delivery footprint
The goal of Green Postal Day is to highlight how the past ten years of sector cooperation has helped reduce carbon emissions.

With the COVID-19 crisis, e-commerce 
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has known an unprecedented surge with 52% of consumers having bought more online from domestic e-retailers and 49% of consumers agreeing that COVID-19 means that they will shop more online in future.

Throughout the world, posts have played a major role during the lockdown by delivering essential goods and e-commerce items to communities. Coinciding with the second Green Postal Day, CEOs of 15 posts worldwide today reiterate the postal commitment to further reduce the carbon footprint of delivery and contribute to a more sustainable society. 
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As e-commerce booms, posts commit to further reduce their delivery footprint
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As demonstrated throughout the COVID-19 crisis, posts are playing a key social role and care about people. Taking care of people also means contributing to the fight against global warming. This is what postal operators have been doing for more than 10 years.

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