Wednesday 18th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Sustainability the new competitive weapon

Last year a report by Accenture, The sustainable supply chain, argued that organisations that take the lead in developing innovative supply chain strategies and then proactively embed sustainability within their operations will most likely stay ahead

Carbon focus makes an impact

It's interesting to see how corporate attention to environmental matters can have a very real impact on the way companies drive efficiency in their supply chains.

Sustainability will transform logistics business model

The logistics industry will be transformed by the pursuit of sustainability – not just in terms of the technologies being used but in terms of the business model, a study by Deutsche Post DHL concludes

Carbon Trust Standard awarded to Unipart

The Unipart Group has been awarded the Carbon Trust Standard, which is awarded to companies that have taken direct action rather than paying to off-set their emissions

Aggressive action needed to cut transport emissions

AEA, a climate change consultancy, has told the European Commission that it will take ambitious and aggressive measures to achieve a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from transport

Carbon coercion

If you haven't already noticed, the terms of the debate on carbon emissions have been changing. There is less talk about saving the planet, and lots more talk about how your life is going to be made miserable if you don't get into line.

Waitrose cools down refrigeration emissions

Waitrose has reduced average carbon dioxide emissions caused by refrigeration and cooling by 26 per cent compared to 2008/09 levels, according to the John Lewis Partnership CSR report.