Each year, emissions from corporate freight logistics in the United States amount to nearly 500 megatons of carbon dioxide. If U.S. freight was a country, it would be the 11th largest carbon emitter in the world.
However, logistics is an area of tremendous opportunity for companies to reduce carbon emissions. There are many operational strategies that can help companies reduce their carbon emissions and reduce their costs.
Join us for a webcast hosted by DC Velocity on Thursday, December 13 at 2pm EST to learn more about sustainable logistics.
EDF’s Jason Mathers will explain why sustainability should part of corporation’s long-term logistics strategies, outline EDF’s five rules for cleaner freight and provide examples of how companies are already making logistics choices that reduce both their costs and carbon footprint.