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April 22, 2014
BSR's new Future of Fuels guide helps North American ground fleet operators and their value chain partners—including energy producers, vehicle manufacturers, retailers, and investors—develop practical strategies to accelerate the transition to low-carbon fuels, improve the sustainability impacts of all fuels, and advance dialogue about our shared challenges.
March 13, 2014
A recent climate conference that featured BSR's Future of Fuels initiative underscored the need for more creative collaboration on transportation fuel. Panelists raised five key ideas that need attention from commercial fleet operators, their value chain partners, and policymakers.
October 4, 2013
To transform the transportation fuel system, business can play a role in four levers of change: efficiency, technology, supply chain, and policy. Our recent Future of Fuels event examined these levers and identified new opportunities for companies to create more sustainable fuel and infrastructure.
August 9, 2013
High-level insights from the BSR Future of Fuels' four-part event series with 185 representatives from fleet operators, vehicle manufacturers, energy producers and providers, and civil society leaders.
June 28, 2013
Midway through BSR's Future of Fuels stakeholder forum series, we share lessons from our first two sessions on oil and natural gas and implications for the next two discussions on biofuels and electric vehicles, taking place in July.
May 23, 2013
Climate change is looking increasingly menacing—and at the same time, demand for energy is increasing. How can companies be strategic about transportation fuel sustainability?
May 15, 2013
On May 2, the BSR Future of Fuels team held its first stakeholder forum in San Francisco. We highlight what happened at the forum—and how companies, NGOs, academics, and other stakeholders can collaborate to improve the sustainability of our fuel system.
March 20, 2013
Economic, regulatory, and customer pressure are growing on the ocean shipping industry to improve environmental performance—and the industry is responding, as demonstrated by the regular improvements in Clean Cargo Working Group data discussed at theTrans-Pacific Maritime Conference.
January 31, 2013
Leading global companies are setting ambitious targets to reduce carbon emissions from their logistics networks. How can collaboration play a role in more sustainable ocean shipping and transport? And how can companies understand and manage their environmental impacts?
January 11, 2013
Business travel is one of the fastest-growing areas of carbon emissions and a major sustainability impact for companies, but there has been too little progress to address the issue. BSR is proposing a new collaboration among major travel buyers, airlines, and other partners to establish guidelines, metrics, and partnerships for more sustainable business travel strategies.