TRB’s National Cooperative Freight Research Program (NCFRP) Report 28: Sustainability Strategies Addressing Supply-Chain Air Emissions identifies potential strategies for accelerating environmental improvement, enhancing performance, and promoting social responsibility of supply chains.
The report is intended to help improve decision makers’ understanding of the impact of environmental policies and regulations on the supply chain, focusing on the interrelationships between economic drivers, air quality, and greenhouse gas policy and regulations.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Research Objective, Method, and Context||7-14|
|Chapter 2 - Partnerships and Win-Win Opportunities||15-29|
|Chapter 3 - Operational Optimization||30-38|
|Chapter 4 - Equipment and Technology||39-46|
|Chapter 5 - The Sustainability Brand||47-55|
|Chapter 6 - Unforeseen and Unintended Consequences of Air Emissions Regulation||56-65|
|Chapter 7 - Suggestions for Policymakers||66-72|
|References and Bibliography||76-81|
|Appendix A - International Case Studies||82-91|
|Appendix B - National Initiatives||92-99|
|Appendix C - Ports and the Coastal Context||100-109|
|Appendix D - Inland Perspectives||110-117|
|Appendix E - Corporate Programs||118-123|
|Appendix F - Supply-Chain Sustainability Metrics||124-133|
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