Flat-packed noodles that form iconic pasta shapes when cooked could lead to more sustainable packaging, transportation, and storage, according to research.
Society’s biggest challenges are best addressed by organizations that view themselves not as a business or an industry, but as a diverse collection of people.
COVID-19 didn't disrupt progress to make supply chains more sustainable, according to findings in MIT's report on the State of Supply Chain Sustainability.
Closures of manufacturing and distribution and bottlenecks at borders through the COVID-19 pandemic have exposed the fragility of global supply chains.
China has unveiled a new maglev train that uses electro-magnetic force, capable of reaching 600 kph, making it the fastest ground vehicle in the world.
Reducing supply-chain emissions could significantly reduce freight's Scope 3 emissions, accelerating decarbonization of global freight transportation.
COVID-19 has left thousands of maritime crew stranded at sea. We outline the urgent protection measures needed from stakeholders across the supply chain.
The 2020s must be the decade of action if we are to solve the shipping industry’s share of the global climate challenge.
The world’s battery capacity must grow 40 times larger than it is today to meet demand as carmakers' transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy.
Existing solutions are limited in their ability to address all the unknowns embedded in the technology or are based on legacy automotive safety regulations
Tackling climate goals will require a new approach to supply chains are often responsible for between 65% and 95% of a company’s total emissions.
There are too few drivers entering the sector, according to a new survey. Without them, global supply chains may struggle to operate.
The growing pace of upheavals in the world means a need to give investors a means of assessing how well businesses are equipped to withstand, adapt and grow in the face of shocks
COVID-19 has revealed the critical role supply chain and operations leaders have in maintaining organizational stability and why they'd make great CEOs.
Ensuring supply chains are protective of forests and land rights is the clearest route to achieving a range of other sustainability priorities.