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Top five environmental issues driving change in logistics

Published by Derek Lothian on November 22, 2011

More than 50 per cent of an average corporation's carbon-dioxide emissions occur within its supply chain. Increasingly, businesses and consumers are calling for more transparency and accountability from the logistics sector.

Whether you are directly involved in the logistics and transportation sector, or are a retailer or manufacturer relying on their services to get your goods to market, this trend affects your business. Will your company be the one reducing its cost base while providing more sustainable goods and services? Or will you lose out to your more environmentally-aware competitors?

Produced in conjunction with Supply Chain & Logistics Association Canada (SCL), Report on Business & the Environment: Logistics 2012 explores the top five environmental issues facing the logistics sector today and identifies the risks and business opportunities associated with each.

Find out what you can do to make your business more sustainable – and more competitive. Click here to view the full report.


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