The Postal Bulletin’s latest edition highlights the Postal Service’s ongoing efforts to address climate change.
The cover story outlines the organization’s strategy, which focuses on mitigating climate change and adapting to changing weather patterns.
Mitigation involves reducing greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global warming. The article notes USPS reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by 12.4 percent from 2008-2015.
Adaptation focuses on preparations for weather-related incidents, including intense storms, extreme temperatures and heavy precipitation.
Educating employees about climate change is also part of the overall strategy, the article notes.
The Sept.15 Bulletin also has information about the upcoming Eastern Tailed-Blue butterfly stamp and recent policy updates.