Saturday 30th May 2020 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Tesco selects sustainability consultants

Tesco has selected 2degrees, an online community of sustainability professionals, to help it reduce its supply chain carbon footprint by 30 per cent by 2020

Arla makes carbon savings

Arla Foods’ drive to cut carbon within its logistics function has already resulted in an eight per cent reduction in CO2 emissions since 2005

Time to highlight your environmental credentials

The Award for Contribution to Environmental Improvement has grown to be one of the most popular categories in the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards, attracting increasingly impressive entries

Low carbon guide for trucks of the future

The joint industry/government Automotive Council has published a long-term strategy to guide manufacturers of commercial vehicles to low carbon solutions

Adapting to a shifting landscape

Are supply chains changing shape? The landscape of risk affecting decisions on sourcing and procurement is shifting, making access to supplier information all the more important. By Nick Allen.

£10m funding for low carbon vehicle R&D

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council is providing £10 million for three projects to address research questions in developing low carbon vehicles