Logistics UK and the environment

 

The logistics industry recognises the impact it can have on the environment and wishes to play a positive role in helping address this. Through good practice, innovation and investment into new technologies, action is being taken across the sector. Transport decarbonisation is a key focus for the industry, and it is fully committed to achieving Net Zero by 2050. 

As the UK looks towards COP26 in November 2021, Logistics UK will continue its engagement with government and stakeholders on both the opportunities and barriers to achieving a more sustainable logistics industry. This is why the Route to Net Zero campaign has been launched by Logistics UK to help the logistics industry come together to achieve Net Zero as quickly as possible, and to identify what logistics needs to succeed in this ambition.  

Environment campaign

The logistics industry recognises the impact it can have on the environment and wishes to play a positive role in helping address this.

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Route to Net Zero campaign

The Route to Net Zero campaign has been launched by Logistics UK to help the logistics industry come together to achieve Net Zero as quickly as possible, and to identify what logistics needs to succeed in this ambition.

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Environment Working Group

The Logistics Emissions Working Group is comprised of individuals with a direct responsibility for the reporting and reduction of emissions from freight activity within their organisations.

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Organisations we work with

View the organisations that we work with on environment campaigns.

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Freight Portal

Logistics UK supports the Freight Portal, developed by the Energy Savings Trust (EST) in partnership with the Department for Transport (DfT) and Zemo Partnership. The portal provides advice to freight operators to help them achieve lower emissions and cut costs. The portal provides information and guidance with links to fleet support schemes, details of real-world case studies and a fleet cost cutter tool.

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