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How turning retail stores into e-commerce centres can avoid massive emissions

E-commerce retail stores new infrastructure carbon emissions

Growth in e-commerce requires new infrastructure, which contributes to massive carbon emissions. Image: SES-imagotag.

Thierry Gadou
Chief Executive Officer, SES-imagotag SA
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e-commerce direct-to-consumer logistics model trigger massive new carbon emissions
If e-commerce continues to be based primarily on direct-to-consumer logistics model, it will eventually trigger massive new carbon emissions as the sector grows. Image: SES-imagotag
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