Bangkok workshop on the GLEC Framework

Accounting for Climate Pollutants from the Transport of Freight 
29 March 2018 | 10:00 - 16:00 | S31 Hotel, 545 Sukhumvit, Bangkok
This event is free of charge; lunch and snacks are included.



Bangkok workshop on the GLEC Framework 
for Logistics Emissions Methodologies
Accounting for Climate Pollutants from the Transport of Freight 

29 March 2018 | 10:00 - 16:00 | S31 Hotel, 545 Sukhumvit, Bangkok
This event is free of charge; lunch and snacks are included.

Organized and hosted by Smart Freight Centre and Thammasat Business School 

The GLEC Framework is the leading methodology for freight transport that allows companies to consistently calculate their GHG footprint across the global supply chain. Starting in 2018 it will be the basis for transport emissions reporting through CDP and Science-Based Targets initiative - and it works with the GHG Protocol.

At this workshop, MIT Researcher and GLEC Framework author Suzanne Greene will be leading an interactive workshop with the following focus:

1. How logistics greenhouse gas and black carbon emissions are calculated and reported – and who is doing it.
2. The strategic business value of carbon accounting and climate awareness in global logistics value chains.
3. The potential to use results calculated with the GLEC Framework for sustainable decision-making and science-based target setting.

To register or for more information, please email te Thamasat University Centre for Logistics Research at clr.tu@hotmail.com

Smart Freight Centre (SFC) established the Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC), a voluntary partnership of companies, industry associations and programs, and backed by leading experts and other stakeholders. Together, we developed the GLEC Framework that allows companies to consistently calculate their GHG footprint across the global supply chain.

The GLEC Framework is ready for business

Our 2017 GLEC Framework implementation projects proved that businesses with credible data can take better decisions to improve efficiency and reduce emissions and costs. Thanks to our participants: Intel, HP Inc, Kuehne+Nagel, UPS, and two anoynmous shippers and two LSPs.

Whether you are a logistics provider or use logistics services in your supply chain, the GLEC Framework provides a clear methodology to:

  • Use GHG emissions as a metric for sustainable freight transportation decisions
  • Track progress towards your climate goals
  • Inform customers of emissions reductions achieved
  • Stay ahead of regulatory requirements

 

 

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