JD Logistics Partners with World Wildlife Fund and One Planet Foundation to Launch the Mangrove Ecological Restoration Action Plan

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On June 5th, World Environment Day, JD Logistics (also known as Jingdong Logistics), in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), One Planet Foundation, and the Urban Planning and Construction Bureau of Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin, launched the Mangrove Ecological Restoration Action Plan. This initiative aims to restore the mangrove ecosystem in the Hengqin National Wetland Park by planting approximately 20,000 square meters of mangroves within the next year. This effort underscores JD’s long-term commitment to fostering a sustainable and green supply chain.

In addition to this initiative, JD Logistics is committed to biodiversity protection. In May, JD Logistics, in collaboration with the China Express Association, One Planet Foundation, and WWF, launched the “Protecting Endangered Species and Rejecting the Delivery of Illegal Wildlife and Products Initiative.” This campaign will distribute 100 million delivery boxes with “Protecting Biodiversity” themed shipping labels to raise consumer awareness about the importance of protecting biodiversity.

In 2017, JD Logistics launched the “Green Stream Initiative”, a comprehensive plan aimed at reducing carbon emissions throughout supply chain, including packaging, warehousing, transportation and more. Since its inception, the initiative has attracted participation from over 300,000 enterprises and millions of consumers. Key highlights include:

  • Green Warehousing: Through innovations like rooftop distributed photovoltaic power systems, rainwater collection systems, “dark warehouses” powered by intelligent devices and automated systems, and smart consumables algorithm recommendations, the “Green Stream Initiative” has achieved significant green warehousing milestones. JD Logistics has established China’s first carbon-neutral logistics park and installed photovoltaic power systems, with a total installed capacity of 114.48 MW by the end of 2023.
  • Green Transportation: JD Logistics has deployed new energy vehicles across China and is actively applying battery swapping and hydrogen-powered vehicles. By the end of 2023, the company introduced 8,290 self-operated new energy vehicles for road transportation and expanded the use of hydrogen-fueled vehicles. The company aims to achieve 100% new energy logistics transportation by 2030.
  • Green Packaging: JD Logistics established the first e-commerce packaging laboratory in China and the first packaging standard for the e-commerce logistics industry. It promotes reusable, recyclable, and reduced packaging, including launching “Delivered with Original Package” program (DWOP) in collaboration with suppliers and brands. By the end of 2023, these initiatives had reduced carbon emissions by approximately 69,515 tons. In 2023 alone, one million reusable packages were put into use, and DWOP program has helped reduce secondary-packaging by 800 million times.


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