EU legislation is reaching new heights in decarbonizing transportation
Hundreds of experts discuss the future of transportation every day in the European Parliament. There are a lot of exciting decisions being made. Speaking of which, we have done you a favor and put together all current decarbonization developments regarding transportation right here!
The discussion about the usefulness of ESG ratings seems never ending. While the importance of ESG targets is on the rise, companies that apply find themselves treated unfairly by rating agencies. This raises the question: How do we measure success in sustainable action?
Carbon food labels are being actively demanded by many customers, but there’s more to consider before making them mandatory for all companies. This blog looks at both the good and the bad involved with implementing carbon labels.
Do carbon markets determine the future of CO2 management?
Carbon markets are emerging all over the world and they’re quickly becoming known as THE strategy for governments to control and lower emissions. There is also a lot of criticism regarding transparency of emissions measurement. So, is there a silver bullet to hit emissions reduction goals?
Will the current energy crisis help drive a change to renewables in transportation?
Due to increasing gas prices, owning and operating a vehicle is getting really expensive. This does not only include private households but also freight transportation. Prices not only increase because of supply chain problems and inflation but increasingly also due to high transportation costs,, a side effect of very long transportation periods of products that are being shipped globally.
The top 5 innovations in transportation that are future-proof
The transportation landscape around us is changing so fast, it is hard to keep up. Everywhere there are fascinating new discoveries being revealed and businesses driving immense forces in order to find long-term solutions to fight transportation problems including lack of space and climate change.
Making cities sustainable – inspiring ideas from around the world
More and more cities have set Net Zero targets. But can a city that grew and evolved over hundreds of years actually hit those sustainability targets? This blog investigates measures being taken in cities already now, and gives us an idea of what we can expect over the next few years.
World Biodiversity Day – how we can act in a manner that’s beneficial for all
World Biodiversity Day is all about the protection of our planet. In this blog we will elaborate on the current state of biodiversity worldwide and how CO2 reduction can help prevent it from decreasing
Tracks announced today the completion of their latest decarbonisation project, a fuel calculation tool. The project was developed with support from the mFUND program, a research initiative of the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure that encourages R&D projects related to digital data-based applications.
Tracks uses primary data to calculate CO2 emissions earning them GLEC Accreditation
Smart Freight Centre (SFC) announced today that Berlin-based Tracks GmbH is among the first SFC Accredited partners to utilize primary fuel consumption data to calculate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and report in accordance with the GLEC Framework.