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Transportation is one of the few sectors where greenhouse gas emissions are still rising. Here's how the railway sector can help reverse that.
Annette Stube, head of sustainability at Maersk, shared her insights on the role of the sustainability team, sustainability risks for the company, and how to measure impact.
The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) recently pursued collective action in Argentina, which resulted in the successful adoption of a new regulatory framework for shipping that reduces corruption risks for the industry and elevates the country’s culture of integrity.
An issue brief on the most relevant, urgent, and probable human rights impacts for the transport and logistics sector and opportunities for positive impact
As we think about the changes shaping the world around us—whether as a result of trade, climate change, globalization, or automation—here are a few emerging human rights topics for transport and logistics companies to keep on their radars.
With transportation infrastructure about to be radically transformed through technological advances like autonomous vehicles, we foresee tremendous opportunities for sustainability.
Since its establishment, the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network has quickly become a world-leading and award-winning example of the power of collective action. Here is a look at its impacts and its strategy looking ahead.
We sat down with the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network's vice chairman to discuss anticorruption trends, collective action, and next steps for the initiative.
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.
Developed by BSR's Future of Fuels, the tool provides the missing answers for several important decisions that fleet owners regularly make.
How can the transport and logistics industry deliver on its commitments to low-carbon freight?