Tackling emissions in the shipping sector is essential to achieving international targets, but it will only be possible through large-scale collaboration.
Businesses engaging with the shipping can demand zero-emission logistics and create opportunities for decent, green jobs that promote social inclusion.
There is an untapped opportunity for corporations and social enterprises to work together to achieve both business and social impact goals.
Supply chain attacks can have operational, financial and reputational consequences for business and industries. A new approach to third-party risk can help
This analysis explores some key ways that countries can more effectively support export diversification and complexity, through a policy-driven approach.
With governments all over the world considering how to reduce their transport emissions, what are the most viable options for countries reliant on traditional fuels?
With more ambitious action to reach net zero, corporations can not only help the planet but also spur innovation that helps the business and its customers.
Segmenting your value chain, sharing your ambition with others and supporting your suppliers can speed our progress toward net-zero.
Transportation systems traditionally favour suburban, upwardly mobile users over those from lower-income groups. Could digital technology help close this gap?
The pressure is growing on the shipping industry to reduce its environmental impact. More accurate data on carbon emissions is an essential first step
There is increasing onus on the aviation and shipping sectors to decarbonize – but more action is needed to make sustainable fuels viable
This report is intended as a practical guide for cybersecurity leaders managing third-party cyber risks within oil and gas supply chains.
Four economists explore the long-term impact of the 2011 earthquake in Japan on supply chains and predict that the pattern may be relevant to COVID-19.
Heavy-duty trucks are responsible for 25% of global road emissions. The industry needs to decarbonize but many barriers remain – here's how it can be done.
Flat-packed noodles that form iconic pasta shapes when cooked could lead to more sustainable packaging, transportation, and storage, according to research.