Boeing is working with the following organizations to drive environmental improvements throughout our industry and across the globe. In addition, Boeing employees and executives serve on local, national and international environmental organizations in a number of voluntary and professional capacities.

Algal Biomass Organization
Boeing is a founding member of the Algal Biomass Organization, which promotes research and the commercialization of algae-based energy sources.
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Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association
Boeing is a founding member of the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association, a working group of companies that has safely recycled more than 7,000 commercial and military aircraft.
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Air Transport Action Group
Boeing is on the board of the Air Transport Action Group, a coalition of companies throughout the globe in the air transport industry. ATAG advocates the environmentally responsible development of aviation infrastructure, including en route capabilities, airport capacity and ground access to meet customers' demand in a timely way.
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Business for Social Responsibility
Boeing is a member of BSR, which works with a global network of companies to build a just and sustainable world. Business for Social Responsibility develops sustainable business strategies and solutions through consulting, research and cross-sector collaboration.
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Carbon Disclosure Project
Boeing has participated in the Carbon Disclosure Project, an independent nonprofit organization that has become the standard for carbon disclosure methodology and process, since 2006. For the third consecutive year, Boeing was named to the 2011 Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index.
Carbon Disclosure Project
Boeing is a member of CHWMEG, a non-profit trade association comprised of manufacturing and other "industrial" companies interested in efficiently managing the waste management aspects of their environmental stewardship programs. Their programs are based upon their potential environmental liability related to the wastes that are inherently generated by their companies' manufacturing processes.
Corporate Eco Forum
Boeing is a member of the Corporate Eco Forum, an organization that invites participation from companies that demonstrate a serious commitment to environment as a business strategy issue. The organization's mission is to help accelerate sustainable business innovation by creating the best neutral space for business leaders to strategize and exchange best-practice insights.
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EarthCorps is a nonprofit organization founded in 1993 with a mission to build global community through local environmental service. The organization provides one-year intensive programs for young adults to learn best practices in conservation techniques and develop skills in leading volunteers. Boeing has awarded EarthCorps grants to support their Great Cities -- Great Parks and Greener Cities Stewardship projects.
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Engineers Without Borders -- USA
Engineers Without Borders -- USA focuses on developing engineering solutions to global dilemmas of clean water, sanitation and renewable energy. Boeing has awarded the nonprofit grants to help build its infrastructure for fundraising and chapter support and for targeted projects in Africa, India and China.
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Boeing is a member of NAEM, a professional association that empowers corporate leaders to advance environmental stewardship, create safe and healthy workplaces, and promote global sustainability. NAEM provides peer-led educational conferences, benchmarking research and an active community for sharing solutions to today's corporate environment, safety, and sustainability management challenges.
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The Nature Conservancy
Boeing is a member of The Nature Conservancy's International Leadership Council, one of the world's leading corporate forums on conservation. Boeing supports The Nature Conservancy through grants for use in planning the protection of natural environments and conserving land and water resources and large corridors of open spaces for wildlife.
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Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels
Boeing is a member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels, an international initiative coordinated by the Energy Center at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland. The Roundtable brings together farmers, companies, nongovernmental organizations, experts, governments, and intergovernmental agencies concerned with ensuring the sustainability of biofuels production and processing.
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Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group
Boeing is affiliated with the Sustainable Aviation Fuel Users Group, a group of 14 major airlines from around the world. SAFUG is focused on accelerating the development and commercialization of sustainable aviation fuels produced from algae, camelina, halophytes, jatropha and other nonfood cellulose.
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Sustainable Biomass Consortium
Boeing, the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and the Technical University of Lausanne launched a research consortium to drive increased transparency, commonality and collaboration between regional biofuels sustainability standards.
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The Trust for Public Lands
The Trust for Public Lands is a national, nonprofit, land conservation organization that conserves land for people to enjoy as parks, community gardens, historic sites, rural lands and other natural places, ensuring livable communities for generations to come. Boeing has supported the organization through grants for the Bloomingdale Trail in Chicago, which will create twelve acres of open space in these densely populated neighborhoods.
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U.S. Green Building Council
Boeing is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council, a nonprofit organization dedicated to sustainable building practices, which develops and administers the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design building standards.
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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ENERGY STAR
Since 1997, Boeing has been an industrial partner in the EPA ENERGY STAR program for energy management and conservation efforts. Boeing was named a 2012 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year and buildings in Chicago, Houston and Long Beach, Calif., have received ENERGY STAR certification for energy-efficient operations.
Wildlife Habitat Council
Boeing is a member of the Wildlife Habitat Council, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the quality and amount of wildlife habitat on corporate, private and public lands. The Council devotes its resources to building partnerships with corporations and conservation groups to create solutions that balance the demands of economic growth with the requirements of a healthy, biodiverse and sustainable environment.
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World Environment Center
We are a member of the World Environment Center, a global nonprofit organization that helps companies around the world implement environmentally sustainable business strategies and operations.
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