Supply Chains

How a demand-driven approach could accelerate zero-emission freight transportation

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Global freight transport should support greening the supply chain to boost industry decarbonization efforts Image: Unsplash / @ventiviews

Margi Van Gogh
Head, Supply Chain and Transportation Industry, World Economic Forum
Angie Farrag-Thibault
Industry Decarbonization Manager – Sustainable Freight, World Economic Forum Geneva
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