Friday, March 16th, 2018
ALICE adopted the objective towards “Zero Emissions Logistics” for its long term strategy (2050) as agreement of the members in the latest Plenary in December 2017.The challenge is enourmous as well as the urgency to act and achieve quick improvements.
ALICE will work on a roadmap in which we will frame our ideas and build up consensuss on concepts, milestones and opportunities in the path to Zero Emissions. We will define what we mean with Zero Emission Logistics, the path to get to the right measurement system, we will identify interim milestones and targets as well as the technologies and practices that should support reaching those targets.
As the first milestones in this process, ALICE renewed Working Group on Sustainabile Logistics Supply Chains in collaboration with the LEARN project organizes a first workshop that will take place on the 8th and 9th of March in Procter & Gamble Brussels Innovation Center (BIC). We will build on the outcomes of the earlier Collaborative Innovation Days and its final report (link).
Setting the scene – Sophie Punte, SFC & Chair of ALICE Sustainability Working Group (Presentation)
Panel: Logistics emissions accounting: The user’s perspective
Moderator: Eszter Toth-Weedon. Smart Freight Center (SFC)
Panel: Logistics emissions accounting: The service providers perspective
Moderator: Alain Baeyens. 30º North & ALICE Sustainability WG Vice-chair.
Roadmap approach & breakout sessions explanation. Sophie Punte, SFC & Chair of ALICE Sustainability Working Group (presentation)
Introduction of the day & objectives.
Decarbonization targets and measures to achieve them: state of knowledge.
A logistics decarbonisation agenda: state of practice in the Netherlands.
Logistics decarbonization Agenda from an industry perspective.
Roadmap approach & breakout sessions explanation.
|Activities performed with the support of SENSE project“Accelerating the Path Towards the Physical Internet”. The SENSE project has received funding from the European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation Programme under grant agreement No. 769967.