GLEC Framework for Logistics Emissions Accounting and Reporting version 3.0 - Chinese

Freight transportation and logistics activities currently contribute 8‒10% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and demand for freight transport is expected to almost triple by 2050, according to the International Transport Forum.To meet the Climate Targets of the United Nations’ Paris Agreement, it is crucial to improve the efficiency of freight transport and reduce transport-related emissions. A concerted global effort is necessary to achieve goals. The GLEC Framework v3 supports you in your efforts and contribution to reaching these goals.

SFC Exchange Network Stable Release 1.0 Report

The SFC Exchange Network is a sociotechnical project aiming to establish a decentralized data exchange system for capturing logistics greenhouse gas emissions. It addresses challenges such as data gaps and interoperability issues by supporting organizations in acquiring reliable data and facilitating peer-to-peer data exchange. Building on previous SFC projects and integrating the iLEAP data model, it envisions achieving emissions transparency and promoting decarbonization within transport chains. Operating on the concept of dataspaces, the network enables secure and seamless data sharing, with stakeholders governing the ecosystem collaboratively.

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Unlocking Your Carrier's Electrification Buy-in: A Guide with the 3rd Party Electrification Framework

Road freight is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. Electrification offers a powerful solution, but carrier hesitancy due to market uncertainty, knowledge gaps, and resource constraints can stall progress. This guide equips freight buyers with the 3rd Party Electrification Framework (3PEF) – a roadmap to: align with carriers on the vision for electrification, build strong collaborative partnerships, and to offer operational support to ease the transition.

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Breakbulk GHG Emissions Accounting and Reporting Guidance

This publication provides the first ever methodology harmonizing emissions accounting and reporting in the Breakbulk segment. The methodology is aligned with existing international standards regarding carbon accounting and reporting for the logistics industry, the Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC) Framework and ISO 14083.

Procurement Playbook Toward Zero Emissions Logistics Services

This innovative Playbook empowers shippers and freight buyers to optimize sustainable logistics procurement by aligning with industry-recognized standards. Key highlights include: streamlining the procurement process for effective sourcing of low-carbon solutions; pinpointing crucial sustainable criteria to enhance logistics procurement; practical tools and mechanisms for inclusion of sustainability in any sourcing strategy, RFI, RFP and evaluation.

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Exploring Sustainability in Road Freight Electrification: a Comprehensive FAQ

The publication addresses the sustainability challenges inherent in the electric truck’s lifecycle, offering comparisons with traditional diesel trucks where relevant. It provides clear insights into how both the vehicle and battery industries are addressing these challenges, subsequently empowering logistics actors with actionable steps to ensure sustainability amidst the transition.

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Measuring and Reporting the Carbon Footprint of Electric Freight Vehicle Operations: Whitepaper

This Whitepaper addresses the critical aspect of measuring and reporting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from electric vehicles in logistics. As the adoption of electric freight vehicles gains momentum, particularly in the US and the EU, understanding and accurately accounting for their carbon footprint is crucial. This Whitepaper provides essential guidance for logistics professionals, offering nuanced insights into lifecycle emissions calculation, specifically tailored to electric vehicles and electricity usage. This resource acts as a valuable supplement to the ISO 14083 and the GLEC Framework.

Cloud Report VII: Monitoring and Implementing Efficient and Zero-Emission Freight Transport

In order to optimise European investments in R&I projects in the field of transport and logistics, BOOSTLOG carries out a thorough evaluation process of concluded Research and Innovation (R&I) projects financed with EU-funds. This evaluation is conducted from the perspective of different key domains of transport and logistics (T&L), (defined by BOOSTLOG as “Logistics clouds”) to identify R&I gaps in T&L and prioritise the needs to be addressed in future research programmes, thus contributing to develop an innovation ecosystem for the logistics sector that also contributes to the EU policy objectives.

How The Sustainable Freight Buyers Alliance Connects Stakeholders to Decarbonize Logistics

From Episode 2 of Kuehne+Nagel's podcast series "Partnerships in Sustainability," featuring Rik Arends, Director of the Sustainable Freight Buyers Alliance (SFBA) at Smart Freight Centre. In the podcast, Rik sat down with Host Caroline Oates and Patrick Schuster, Global Head of Strategy Road Logistics at Kuehne+Nagel, to discuss SFBA's pivotal role in forging partnerships for greener logistics, Kuehne+Nagel's commitment to amplifying the voices of small carriers in the sustainability conversation, and unveiling the power of Book & Claim in financing and jumpstarting the decarbonization journey.