CO² emissions increase the greenhouse effect!

According to WEF studies, logistics and transport account for more than 5.5% of all CO2 emissions – and the trend is upward. These also state that rises in temperature are leading to greater water vapor emissions, which are in turn increasing the greenhouse effect.

Globalization is leading to an increase in goods movements around the world, with growth of around 20% predicted by 2030.

The new EU Climate Law therefore calls on us to invest specifically in infrastructure that will make it possible to reduce CO2 emissions. Some industry pioneers have already responded, resulting in initiatives such as GoGreen and the recent Climate Pledge.

Air quality certificates have long been required in France, with other countries set to follow its example. That’s why you should be prepared today to calculate the emissions generated by the resources that you use and keep a record of your carbon footprint.

When will shippers make proof of emissions a requirement in their tendering or even order placement processes? The pressure is mounting, as is evident from the marketing campaigns of the world’s top Fortune companies each day. It’s better to act today rather than tomorrow! That’s why you should waste no time and start calculating your CO2 emissions today.

Let’s act together for a sustainable future with lower greenhouse gas emissions! Climate-neutral green logistics is the only right way forward. We have the logistics solutions.