Timberland has released its corporate social responsibility report, 30 pages that focus on energy, product, the workplace and services. In it, it notes that it scores 1 percent of its footwear products using the Green Index environmental rating system. The company goal is to score all of its footwear by the end of 2011. The report said that Timberland reduced its absolute carbon emissions from owned and operated facilities and employee air travel by 27 percent from its 2006 baseline, exceeding a goal of 25 percent. The company reduced its percentage of footwear made in high-risk factories from 34 percent in 2007 to 1 percent last year. Factories that are considered high-risk have a high probability and potential for violations. Also Timberland employees served over 165,000 hours of community service in 2007 and 2008. They also planted more than 390,000 trees, conserved over 600 acres, and refurbished or installed nearly 400 miles of trails.