Monday, August 28th, 2023
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 a significant step towards achieving greater transparency in understanding the climate change impact resulting from freight transport and, more importantly, how to address and mitigate it. In alignment with our commitment to support the industry in enhancing reporting accuracy, Smart Freight Centre has introduced a substantial update to the GLEC Framework and is set to publish the GLEC Framework version 3 in September 2023. Additionally, we have launched an Assurance Scheme to encourage adoption of the ISO 14083 standard, further advancing our mission to foster better environmental practices within the logistics sector.
Join our upcoming webinar to understand what these changes mean to you. In this insightful session, we will delve into the key changes that ISO 14083 brings to the table for Scope 1 and Scope 3 reporting, and how the updated GLEC Framework version 3 incorporates these changes. In addition, learn about how Smart Freight Centre’s GHG reporting performance levels, and how they go beyond ISO 14083 to show where the industry should be heading (data quality, transparency). Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your understanding and ensure compliance with the latest industry standards for logistics emissions reporting.
Welcome and introduction
The future of logistics GHG emission accounting: how the latest GLEC developments helps companies prepare
Updates to the GLEC Framework in version 3 and relationship to ISO 14083
Overview of Smart Freight Centre’s Conformity Assessment Scheme
Closure and next steps (Download Presentation)
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