On April 1st, JetBlue’s Seventh Annual “One Thing That’s Green” campaign launched nation-wide. Throughout the year, and especially during earth month, we are committed to greening our planet. This year, JetBlue is taking a different approach to green. We are asking our customers to tell us where we should build a green space in 2014 by visiting www.onethingthatsgreencityvote.com
It is our belief if we all do one small thing that’s green it will make one big difference in our environment. This year we are getting involved from coast to coast in our, One Thing That’s Green mission by serving neighborhoods throughout the country from Seattle to Boston, New York to Long Beach, California, our crewmembers are taking the initiative of greening it up! With the help of customers, crewmembers we will plant trees, cleanup beaches, beautify parks and plant flowers. These events continue to help JetBlue inspire humanity in the cities we serve.
In Boston we are happy to be teaming up with the Charles River Watershed Association for the annual 15th Annual Earth Day Charles River Clean up on April 26th. JetBlue will also be volunteering at the closing celebration at the Hatch Shell with games, entertainment and prizes.
Our Salt Lake City reservations team will be participating in, One Thing That’s Green with Bend in the River on April 19th. Crewmembers will be cleaning up the neighborhood park, planting trees, pulling weeds, and fertilizing the land.
And all the way on the west coast, our Long Beach crewmembers will be spruced up the El Dorado Nature Center on April 5th.
Here at home we will also take on the initiative. Who doesn’t love to have a beautiful backyard, as New York’s hometown airline we are proud to participate in our 7th annual tree planting with the New York Restoration project in Woodside, Queens. We invite customers and crewmembers to join as we get our backyard ready for summer as we plant trees and beautify our green spaces. If you want to help make our garden look beautiful don’t miss your chance to volunteer.
JetBlue is also getting greener in our airports. By composting food scraps instead of throwing them away, we are reusing the good parts and avoiding the bad – the greenhouse gas emissions like methane that come from putting food into landfills.
We are looking forward to get the ball rolling and are always looking for more locations to inspire humanity. By visiting www.onethingthatsgreencityvote.com, you can tell us where JetBlue can add greenery to the scenery