Carbon Neutral Transport webinar

The “Carbon Neutral Transport” webinar I ran recently for the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport Australia was well received and the discussion afterwards generated some ideas for the future.

For those who missed it, here’s a link to the recording, based on the following brief:

 

What advantages does going Carbon Neutral offer the Transport industry?

To be Carbon Neutral a transport operator must save fuel relentlessly, use clean fuels and offset their residual emissions.

Saving fuel means saving money, and our customers increasingly demand energy-efficient and low carbon transport.

So why isn’t every transport firm going Carbon Neutral?

In this webinar, you will:

–          Learn what Carbon Neutral means in the transport sector;

–          See what’s being done to break down the barriers; and

–          Find out how the Business Case for Carbon Neutral Transport really stacks up!

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Helping business apply green transport practices & technologies for profit & strategic value. Save money on fuel and grow with green demand – that’s what Clean Transport Action is all about. The road to zero carbon transport isn’t straight, flat or easy to navigate. With many routes to choose depending on where you start and what you’re driving, there’s lots to manage and keep up with. If you’d like a roadmap to set your direction or help to get moving, let’s talk. David Coleman Clean Transport Action davidcoleman@westnet.com.au +61 455 777 551

One thought on “Carbon Neutral Transport webinar”

  1. Brilliant presentaton Dave. Your knowledge and enthusiasm if to be encouraged Keep up the progress with this. You are a leader in this respect!

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