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Published: 20 December 2019

Corporate Mobility Transport Challenge

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With the advent of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies, the need to accelerate strategies to decarbonize the transport sector, and the growing popularity of commercial sharing options, the typical employee commute and standard product distribution are poised for a change towards a more sustainable future.

With the advent of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies, the need to accelerate strategies to decarbonize the transport sector, and the growing popularity of commercial sharing options, the typical employee commute and standard product distribution are poised for a change towards a more sustainable future.

Aware of the unique potential corporations have to make change happen quickly, efficiently and at scale, the Global Future Council on Mobility developed the Corporate Mobility Transport Challenge to spotlight innovative commute and product distribution programmes that help support the 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Agreement and to inspire others to do the same. The challenge attracted cases from companies across the world, with stories highlighting how different entities are challenging the status quo – encouraging a transition towards more sustainable commuting and product distribution. This compendium highlights a sample of cases from companies around the world that offer innovative, sustainable solutions to the movement of employees and products or goods.

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