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For meaningful progress toward the SDGs, we need actors across entire value chains to take collective action on the issues that threaten business growth and social development.
With transportation infrastructure about to be radically transformed through technological advances like autonomous vehicles, we foresee tremendous opportunities for sustainability.
Our Clean Cargo Working Group has released its annual disclosure on trade lane carbon-dioxide-emissions factors for ocean container transport.
Through the Clean Cargo Working Group, which now represents 85 percent of ocean container shipping volume, we have seen the value to companies in addressing challenges collaboratively.
The Clean Cargo Working Group reports on its 2016 activities and progress.
Reducing emissions in transport and logistics requires smart policy, fuel efficiency, and innovation on systems, space, and data. The good news: It is not a question of whether we can achieve this, but rather how quickly.
How can the transport and logistics industry deliver on its commitments to low-carbon freight?
A new report from BSR's Clean Cargo Working Group shares its progress over the past year, including a reduction in carbon emissions by more than eight percent among group members.
This report details the Clean Cargo Working Group's accounting methodology for carbon dioxide emissions in the ocean shipping container industry.
At an event on May 26 in Leipzig, Germany, BSR and Smart Freight Centre will explore what it means to be a smart freight leader.
California Governor Jerry Brown’s target to reduce GHGs by 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030 places the state in front on climate leadership. Will California’s business leaders join him on bold climate action?