European launch of the GLEC Framework

The first universal way of calculating logistics emissions

15 November 2016, 10:30 - 13:30, Stanhope Hotel, Brussels


 

 
 
 

European Launch of the GLEC Framework
for Logistics Emissions Methodologies

The first universal way of calculating logistics emissions 

15 November 2016 I 10:30 - 13:30 I Stanhope Hotel I Rue de Commerce 9 I Brussels

Organized by Smart Freight Centre 



The Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC) of industry initiatives, associations and leading multinationals involved in freight movement led by Smart Freight Centre, celebrated the launch of a universal and transparent way of calculating logistics emissions: the GLEC Framework.


Welcome and introduction
- Sophie Punte, Executive Director, SFC

Keynote speech
- Dimitrios Savvidis, Expert in Heavy-Duty Vehicles and CO2 emissions, DG CLIMA 

The GLEC Framework and it's benefits
- Alan Lewis, GLEC Director, SFC
- Eszter Toth-Weedon, Industry Relations Manager, SFC

GLEC Framework implementation in practice: reflections of the first adopters 
- DB Schenker - Andrea Schön, Sr Mgr Carbon Controlling & Consulting
- DP DHL - Patric Pütz, Senior Expert Shared Value / Go Green
- Intel - Jaap Sinnige, Site Carrier Manager - Global Logistics Operations (tbc)
- Kuehne+Nagel - Edgar Uribe, Global Head of Environment & Sustainability (tbc)
- HP - Blair Chikasuye, Global Logistics Sustainability Manager

Keynote speech
- Szymon Oscislowski, Programme Manager EU Policies, EU DG Move

LEARN project: LEARN strategy and plans for logistics emissions accounting and reduction
- IRU - Marc Billiet, Head - EU Goods Transport
- Connekt - Nico Anten, Managing Director
- DLR - Verena Ehrler, Research Associate
- CLECAT - Nicolette van der Jagt, Director General

Networking lunch



GLEC Framework for Logistics Emissions Methodologies

Tracking GHG emissions can be challenging because there are so many methodologies and reporting formats requested by different customers, countries and programs. To create a universal way of calculating logistics emissions, Smart Freight Centre established the Global Logistics Emissions Council, or GLEC. GLEC is a group of companies, industry associations and programs backed by leading experts, governments and other stakeholders. Together we created the GLEC Framework for Logistics Emissions Methodologies to make carbon accounting work for industry.


For information please contact kate.hay@smartfreightcentre.org

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