ALICE released end of 2019 the “Roadmap Towards Zero Emissions Logistics in 2050” as part of the renewed ALICE strategy and under the leadership of Sustainable Logistics Supply Chains Thematic Group.
The figure below includes different solutions areas for supply chain decarbonization. ALICE members are working on realizing them. The ALICE efficient and low emission assets and energy thematic group (TG1) focus on fleets and assets are energy efficient and use the lowest emissions energy source feasible.
ALICE Projects related to this group:
Currently the group is busy with these activities:
2Zero: Zero Emissions Road
GHG emissions measurement and reporting
Low emissions assets availability
Countries and Regions Programmes Supporting Zero Emissions Logistics
Why this webinar Logistics has to contribute its share to the sustainable transformation of our economies, as well as in reducing absolute Green House Gas (GHG) emissions and enhance resource efficiency to, thus, meet Paris Agreement’s objectives. The ALICE liaised
Why this webinar With the increasing presence of various legislations and proposals, the necessity for a harmonized GHG emissions calculation method in freight transport chains has become more pronounced than ever. The publication of ISO 14083 in March 2023 marks
Why this webinar As we strive to address the pressing global climate crisis, understanding the carbon content of transport fuels becomes a crucial factor. This understanding empowers us to make informed decisions and implement effective strategies to curtail greenhouse gas
We open the call to look for concrete examples in which R&I projects’ results have been further developed and have been deployed as commercial solutions or have generated a new market or have contributed to new policies or regulations. The
ZEFES (Zero Emissions flexible vehicle platforms with modular powertrains serving the long-haul Freight Eco System) project (zefes.eu) ZEFES is co-funded by the European Union under grant number 101095856. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only
Physical Internet (PI) aims at facilitating structural collaboration across logistics and supply chain actors achieving more efficient transport and logistics and supporting its decarbonization in an affordable way. Physical Internet proposes to build open and universal standard processes and protocols
Download the Position Paper ALICE supports the European Union ambition of reducing 55% emissions by 2030 and reach climate neutrality by 2050. Although all initiatives envisioned in the ‘Fit for 55’ climate package published on 14th of July 2021 are
Download the document In response to the Paris Agreement, more and more governments, associations and businesses are setting bold climate targets. The European Commission presented the European Green Deal yesterday with the ambition for Europe to be the first
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Additionally, the Thematic Group delivered in 2014 a Research and Innovation roadmap on “Sustainable, Safe and Secure Supply Chains“. We envisioned an evolution towards fully integrated supply networks, in which logistics service providers, shippers and authorities closely cooperate.
The other areas focussed on efficiency gains are addressed through thematic groups on, Corridors, Hubs and Synchromodality, Global Supply Network Coordination and Collaboration and Urban logistics.