Call for Participation in Logistics Emissions Measurement Trial
The consortium partners of the LEARN project invite companies to test and validate the practical applicability of carbon accounting in different multi-modal logistics settings. The ‘GLEC Framework for Logistics Emissions Methodologies’ as the first universal method covering all transport modes and transhipment centers is used as a basis. TNO Sustainable Transport and Logistics (TNO STL) will lead the trials, with support from other LEARN consortium partners.
Testing duration: April 2017 and December 2018
What benefits can companies expect?
- Support on logistics carbon accounting and reporting
- Introduce newcomers to logistics carbon accounting and learn from other companies
- Help prepare for logistics carbon reporting to customers
- Help solve specific issues companies face in carbon accounting
- Explore the use of generated data to improve reporting and decision-making
- Identify opportunities for emission reductions
- Recognition of companies in their carbon accounting efforts in the LEARN project
- Influence on future carbon accounting standards and related policies
What are we asking companies to do?
- Collaborate with existing business partners for a selected logistics supply chain to calculate the carbon footprint, based on the GLEC Framework, with support from LEARN partners
- Allocate resources and make data available – companies retain full ownership of their data
- Provide feedback on gaps, challenges and opportunities in applying the methodology
- Help articulate the business case for logistics carbon accounting
- Make main results available for a published case study
- Give suggestions on how carbon accounting can be reflected in a label to recognize company efforts
What companies are we looking for?
- Companies that provide or purchase freight services: carriers, freight forwarders, logistics service providers and shippers/cargo owners
- Companies large, medium and small, single-mode or multi-modal, and from any country in the world
- Companies with an interest in reducing the carbon footprint of freight and logistics sector – experience with logistics emissions accounting is beneficial but not a must
Interested or questions?
Please contact Mieke Masselink: email@example.com or Igor Davydenko: firstname.lastname@example.org