Zero Emissions Logistics for 2050

8-9 March 2018 | P&G Brussels Innovation Center | Temselaan 100, Brussels

Zero Emissions Logistics for 2050

It has been almost a year since the first LEARN International Workshop. A lot has happened in the area of emissions calculation and reduction. To keep the discussion and your input active, we are proud to partner with the ALICE platform on logistics in a workshop on this topic. 

The workshop builds on the LEARN project and the "Zero Emissions Logistics for 2050” objective of ALICEDuring 2018 we will work on a roadmap in which we will define what we mean with Zero Emission Logistics and define the path to get to right measurement systems. We will also work on identifying interim milestones and targets as well as the technologies and practices that should support reaching the targets. 

Seats are limited so if you want to join please register 

  • Workshop day 1 (8 March): Logistics Emissions Accounting
  • Workshop day 2 (9 March): Logistics Emissions Reduction Paths

For more information please contact Fernando Liesa of ALICE or Sophie Punte of Smart Freight Centre (SFC).

How to arrive

Agenda 8 March: Logistics Emissions Accounting 

10:00 - Welcome coffee & registration

10:30 - Opening
Sergio Barbarino, P&G and ALICE Chairman
TBC. European Commission. DG Move.

10:45 - Setting the scene
Sophie Punte, SFC & Chair of ALICE Sustainability Working Group

11:00 - Panel: Logistics emissions accounting - The user’s perspective
Moderator: Eszter Toth-Weedon, Smart Freight Centre

  • Sergio Barbarino, Research Fellow, Procter & Gamble
  • Cecile Bray, Senior Expert Climate and Carbon Accounting, Geodis
  • Jos Verlinden, Director Logistics and Responsible Care, European Chemical Industry Council CEFIC
  • Sylvain Lhote, Director General, Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI)

12:00 -  Panel: Logistics emissions accounting: The service providers perspective
Moderator: Alain Baeyens, 30º North & ALICE Sustainability WG Vice-chair

  • Methodology: Alan Lewis, Director GLEC, Smart Freight Centre
  • Tool/program: Leon Simons, Project Manager, Connekt / Lean & Green
  • ICT provider: Marcel Huschebeck, Research Portfolio Manager, PTV Group.
  • Research: Kerstin Dobers, Environment and Resource Logistics Manager, Fraunhofer IML

13:00 - Lunch

14:00 -  Plenary: roadmap approach & breakout sessions explanation explanation
Sophie Punte, SFC & Chair of ALICE Sustainability Working Group

14:30 - Break out sessions
Covering: impact, market uptake, product development, research & innovation on emissions accounting and reporting

16:00 - Report back from breakout groups
Breakout sessions moderators

17:00 -  Summary day and next steps & what day 2 will cover
Sophie Punte, SFC & Chair of ALICE Sustainability Working Group


Agenda 9 March: Logistics Emissions Reduction Paths

08:30 - Welcome coffee

09:00 -  Introduction of the day & objectives
Sophie Punte, SFC & Chair of ALICE Sustainability Working Group

09:15 -  Decarbonization targets and measures to achieve them: state of knowledge
Alan McKinnon, Kühne Logistics University - Q&A

10:00 -  A logistics decarbonisation agenda: state of practice in the Netherlands
Hans Quak, TNO

10:45 - coffee break 

11:15 -  Logistics decarbonization Agenda from an industry perspective
TBC

12:00 - Lunch

13:00 -  Roadmap approach & breakout sessions explanation
Lóri Tavasszy, TU Delft

13:30 - Break out sessions
Covering: how to move on and achieve targets

15:00 - Report back

15:45 - Next Steps & Closure
Sophie Punte, SFC & Chair of ALICE Sustainability Working Group