How to calculate, report and reduce logistics emissions using the updated GLEC Framework?
Carbon emissions from freight transportation are on the rise, but it doesn’t have to be that way. We are dedicated to Taking control of logistics emissions, and we believe that calculating and reporting carbon emissions is the first step in reducing them.
What is the Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC) Framework ?
The GLEC Framework is the only globally recognized methodology for the harmonized calculation and reporting of logistics carbon emissions across the multi-modal supply chain. Since releasing the first version of the Framework in 2015, we have worked with industry, government and other stakeholders to refine the method and make it easier to apply, which is culminating in the 2019 update of the GLEC Framework.
The GLEC Framework can be implemented by shippers, carriers, and logistics service providers for scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions. It is designed to inform business decisions and steer efforts to reduce emissions. It is in alignment with: Greenhouse Gas Protocol, UN-led Global Green Freight Action Plan, CDP reporting, and multiple industry standards.
This webcast is ideal for those who are starting their journey to calculate & report emissions OR who’ve already done in the past but are keen to keep up with the rapidly changing logistics sector.
In one hour, you’ll find out:
- Why is there a need to calculate emissions from freight transport?
- How can you apply the GLEC Framework to calculate, report, and reduce emissions?
- What is the link between the GHG Protocol and the GLEC Framework? - presentation by the World Resources Institute (WRI)
- How does the adoption of the GLEC Framework support DP DHL's commitment to zero emissions by 2050? - presentation by DP DHL
- What is the relation between CDP and the GLEC Framework? - presentation by CDP