Our environmental, social, and governance approach
At Uber, we believe in creating a long-term sustainable business. We believe in showing up in our communities, maintaining our social license to operate, and reimagining the way the world moves for the better. When we apply the appropriate governance, risk analysis, and thoughtfulness to our approach, we protect the areas most important to our bottom line: the material environmental, social, and governance priorities that matter to our stakeholders and help to create and deliver value to all.
- Environmental, Social, and Governance
- People and Culture
- Government Transparency
- Political Engagement
Driver and courier well-being
Drivers and couriers overwhelmingly choose platform work because they value the flexibility to work when, where, and how they want, as reflected in various surveys conducted across multiple markets.
We continue to advocate for quality platform work that provides independent platform workers with flexibility, fair and transparent earning opportunities, access to social protection and benefits, meaningful representation, and learning and development opportunities.
Environmental sustainability and climate change
A zero-emission platform. That’s our goal, and we won’t stop until we get there. Because it’s the right thing to do—for everyone who relies on our platform, the cities we serve, and the planet we all share.
We started this journey in 2020 with a set of core commitments. We’re aiming to be net zero by 2040 across all Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions. As part of getting there, we’ve set an ambitious goal of enabling 100% of rides on our passenger mobility platform to be completed in zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs), on micromobility, or on public transit by 2030 in the US, Canada, and Europe, and by 2040 in every market we operate in globally.
As part of our commitment to transparency and our aim to reach for the highest standards on climate-emissions accounting, planning, and disclosure, we align our reporting to the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
People and culture
能夠吸引和留住受 Uber 使命激勵和鼓舞的多元人才十分重要。我們希望與積極進取的員工並肩，共同為世界各地的平台用戶提升使用體驗。我們知道，並非所有人都適合 Uber。正因如此，我們致力讓大眾了解 Uber，以及在 Uber 的職場生活。
我們正向員工收集資料，了解他們最關注的方面，以及他們選擇留在 Uber 發展事業的原因。有關資料有助我們釐清工作重點及應該採取的措施，並根據員工的不同需要制定了 6 大重點範疇：自豪感、歸屬感與平等、成長、薪酬、身心健康和信任。此人力資源策略可確保我們考慮多元化員工的需求，並繼續在每個關鍵範疇中創造積極、平等和共融的體驗。
Civil Rights Assessment
Our goal is to help ensure that people can move freely, equitably, and safely. In support of that goal, and following engagement with shareholders, Uber has undergone a Civil Rights Assessment. The assessment was conducted by Covington & Burling, under the direction of former US Attorney General Eric Holder. It was designed to evaluate our impact on rideshare drivers, communities, and employees in the US, with the intent to promote civil rights and identify areas where we can continue to improve as an equitable and inclusive platform.
我們在重要性評估中辨明的 ESG 議題，是長遠達致業務與業務策略成功的關鍵。因此，有關議題會由 Uber 董事會及董事會的獨立審核、薪酬、提名及管理委員會進行相應監督。
Uber's ESG reporting may contain forward-looking statements regarding our future business expectations, which involve risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from the results predicted, and reported results should not be considered as an indication of future performance. Please view our 2023 ESG Report for more.
Greenhouse gas emissions data in Uber's ESG Report has been verified by LRQA. LRQA’s verification statement can be found here.