The answer might be the GLEC Framework. It is a methodology for freight transport that allows companies to consistently calculate their GHG footprint across the global multi-modal supply chain and inform their business decisions and efforts to reduce emissions.
On October 2nd we are bringing together companies from representatives Trafigura, DOW, Walmart, FedEx who form the Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC) is a group of companies, industry associations and programs led by SFC that want to make carbon accounting work for industry; it is backed by leading experts, governments and other stakeholders. Together we developed the GLEC Framework for Logistics Emissions Methodologies – the global multimodal approach for logistics greenhouse gas (GHG) calculation and reporting. The Framework has been adopted by numerous multinationals, has been included in CDP’s reporting guidance, sector guidelines of Science-Based Targets initiative and several industry associations, as well as the UN-led Global Green Freight Action Plan.
You should attend if you would like to:
· Share experiences about different approaches to GHG calculation and reporting
· Explore how use of the GLEC Framework can help companies
· Provide a noncompetitive platform for businesses and to connect on GHG calculation and emission reduction actions.
· Think beyond accounting - explore how target setting, collaboration, emission reduction actions and policy come together in a new approach to sustainable logistics
Please find the detailed agendaFor more information or interests in participating the activities, please contact Ms. Joby Huang email@example.com
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