At Fidelity, we strive to show continuous improvement in everything we do, from how we run our business to the impact we may have on the environment.
Our environmental sustainability program includes taking steps that produce positive changes, then monitoring the results and adjusting as necessary to make sure we are always progressing towards our goal of reducing our environmental footprint.
Fidelity’s heritage of financial guidance is embodied in our “green line” branding. But the green line is also a constant reminder of our commitment to reduce our environmental footprint.
In all our businesses, our goal is to direct our efforts where they will yield the greatest reward for our customers, while minimizing waste and its potential impact on the environment.
We focus our environmental sustainability efforts on the tangible steps we can take to minimize the effect our operations may have on the environment. In that regard, we focus on reducing our consumption of resources such as paper, water, and energy through a variety of initiatives:
As we continue to strive to reduce waste and increase efficiency, our efforts so far have paid off with measurable results.
Fidelity Associates - John Kelly and John Hincks are helping to drive electronic customer communications.
"Electronic delivery of customer communications benefits customers, companies and the environment. Today, 92% of Fidelity’s financial communications are enabled for eDelivery."
Over the past few years, we’ve made significant progress toward reducing our environmental impact. Going forward, our goals tie to company initiatives that improve the customer experience and drive efficiency in our operations.
Through these initiatives, Fidelity believes it can make a meaningful and lasting difference with regard to environmental sustainability. We will continue to evolve our efforts as we learn about new ways to minimize consumption and manage resources.