Hydrogen-fueled airport vehicles and supermarket delivery trucks could provide greener and more efficient journeys.
Bio-LNG is available today in almost seventy ports worldwide, including in Singapore, Rotterdam and the US east-coast.
Offshore Energies UK and Robert Gordon's University release a roadmap showing £90 billion potential for the UK offshore energy supply chain.
DB Schenker and Volvo Cars partner for more sustainable ocean freight, using biofuel that will reduce CO2 emissions by 84% per container.
IATA and AIA announced a collaboration to accelerate the aviation sector’s transition to net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050.
Funding for the maritime sector to develop sustainable technologies that help connect people, goods and services in a cleaner, greener way.
IATA publishes annual Track Zero report, tracking aviation's progress towards Net Zero carbon emissions by 2050 using their methodology.
Cross River Partnership has recently launched the River Freight Pilot Part Two – Scaling up: Monthly bulk deliveries on the Thames.
A survey on carbon emissions within the logistics sector conducted by the BIFA has revealed the multiple factors that are driving change.