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Climate change is arguably the most pressing environmental challenge of our time, and with Logistics and Transport accounting for 28% of all UK carbon emissions, our profession has a huge role to play in reaching net zero by 2050. The challenges are great but so too are the opportunities, and CILT believes that our sector will be a key part of the solution. Over the coming years CILT will work to provide the knowledge, networks and knowhow to inspire and inform ambition: keeping you moving on a Route to a Net Zero future.
Decarbonising Logistics and Transport Route to Net Zero - COP26 Discussion Papers
Ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport in the UK has produced a series of policy papers covering the challenge of decarbonisation across current and future transport operations and practice. Developed as part of CILT(UK)’s larger policy campaign Routes to Net-Zero 2050, the seven individual papers cover both passenger and freight transport and seek to set out the problems and issues the logistics and transport sector will face in combating carbon emissions.
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Routes to Net-Zero 2050: 2020 Year-End Summary Report
This report summarises the work of CILT over the last year on transport decarbonisation and is intended to update CILT members, government ministers and officials, industry and other interested parties.
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The challenge of future carbon and emissions reduction for rural communities
The government’s policy to prevent the sale of internal-combustion-powered private cars and light vans by 2030 is a serious societal challenge across the UK in general and for rural communities in particular.
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Recently Published Policy and Guidance
Rail electrification possible for 95% of UK freight trains, CILT research reveals The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport – CILT(UK) ¬¬– has released its electrification strategy research which reveals the significant opportunity of electrification across the UK’s rail network.
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GEODIS sets ambitious emissions reduction targets

Global logistics company GEODIS has set new science-based targets to significantly reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in line with the Paris Agreement's 1.5°C goal.

31 January 2024/Number of views (2967)

London e-bike fleet boosted after increased demand

Transport for London (Tfl) has announced a further 1,400 e-bikes will be introduced in the city as part of the Santander Cycle scheme, growing the fleet from 600 to 2000.

24 January 2024/Number of views (3424)

Government's zero emission vehicle mandate now law

Under the UK's zero emission vehicle (ZEV) mandate , it requires 80% of new cars and 70% of new vans sold in Great Britain to be zero emission by 2030. This will increase to 100% by the 2035...
09 January 2024/Number of views (4794)
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