About this guide
This guide is for anyone who plans to reduce their company’s transportation emissions both internally and across their value chain.This includes managers and employees in eg logistics, planning, procurement, sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) roles.
This action guide offers practical actions companies can take to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the transport of goods, align their logistics and fully integrate sustainability actions into their strategic business functions, to support the wider transformation of the transportation sector towards net zero targets. It is grounded in science and has been developed together with world-leading companies, integrating some of their best practices.
Actioning the 1.5 °C Business Playbook
The 1.5°C Business Playbook sets out a four-pillar climate strategy focusing on four pillars that need to be addressed in a company’s climate strategy to align with the 1.5 °C ambition.
Pillar 2 focuses on actions a company should take to reduce its value chain emissions, including through the transport of goods. The Transportation Action Guide lays out how to do that. The Supplier Action Guide takes a broader look at supply chain action, while the Greening Cash Action Guide lays out actions for companies to reduce the indirect emissions from their financial supply chain.
Transition plans as a driver for business transformation towards climate solutions: Exponential Roadmap Initiative’s message at COP28
At COP28, Exponential Roadmap Initiative focused its contributions on how transition plans can enable business transformation towards climate solutions – and how climate solutions can be defined.
COP28: Countries agree to ‘transition away’ from fossil fuels, business key to showing that a rapid phase out is achievable
Exponential Roadmap Initiative stresses the key role of business in driving the fossil fuel phase out as observers largely agree the deal struck at COP28 marks the beginning of the end of the fossil era.
At COP28, business and banking representatives discussed what can drive the transformation of the financial system and what role companies can play.