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Title: GoGreen Program – Overview Carbon Measurement, Reduction & Offsetting


1
GoGreen Program Overview Carbon Measurement,
Reduction Offsetting
Location, Logistikk nettverk Buskerud
2
DEUTSCHE POST DHL IN NUMBERS
We are a leading logistics company with a
worldwide presence
We have a truly global operation, with locations
in
We operate a network with
120,000
220
different countries and territories
destinations worldwide
We employ about
We manage more than
500,000
1million
employees, and are one of the top ten biggest
employers worldwide
customer interactions every hour
Source DPDHL 1) Status 2009 of scope 1 and 2 as
defined in Greenhouse Gas Protocol
3
DP DHLS COMMITMENT TO CLIMATE PROTECTION (2/2)
We have committed to improving our CO2 efficiency
by 30 by the year 2020
Our Industry
Our Goals
Our Program
  • Improving the carbon efficiency of DP DHL andits
    business partners
  • Intermediate step improving own carbon
    efficiency
  • The transport sector
  • has a share of 14 percent in global carbon
    emissions
  • plays an important role in combating climate
    change
  • is faced with high awareness of climate
    protection issues by policy makers and customers

30 by 2020
  • The Deutsche Post DHL climate protection program
  • is currently being rolled out in all business
    units worldwide
  • focuses on fleet renewal, energy efficiency, new
    technologies, employee engagement and the
    involvement of our business partners and
    customers

10 by 2012
Source DPDHL
4
OUR GREEN HOUSE
Leveraging the potential of DPDHL, GoGreen
improves CO2 efficiency and sets leading-edge
standards in green logistics
Providetransparency
Improve efficiency
Generate value
Demonstrateleadership
I
II
IV
V
  • Enhance carbon accounting controlling on Group,
    management, customer and product level1)
  • Measure environmental data (non-carbon)
  • Prepare external reporting (DPDHL CR Report)
  • Expedite Group wide carbon efficiency best
    practice sharing
  • Drive industry cooperation and investments on
    innovative green technologies
  • Coordinate environmental management systems
  • Support transfer of customer requirements into
    Group wide aligned, innovative and profitable
    products and services
  • Conduct carbon credit management for offsetting
  • Develop and conduct sales support measures
  • Position DPDHL as leader in CO2 efficient
    logistics through standard setting and external
    events
  • Monitor policy/regulations and competitors to
    derive action needs
  • Define positions on crucial environmental topics

Mobilizeemployees
  • Raise awareness for GoGreen and make the change
    happen through employee engagement
  • Enforce integration of GoGreen into business
    decisions

III
Source DPDHL
5
GOGREEN PROGRAM MAIN LEVERS AND MEASURES
  • Fleet Optimization
  • Gradually renew own air and ground fleet
  • Count on a partial shift from air to ocean and
    road
  • Innovative Technology
  • Raise the efficiency of own fleet and offer
    resource-saving solutions to customers
  • Develop highly innovative products based on
    future logistics trends
  • Changing Behavior
  • Raise awareness and involve employees
  • Support employees in leading an
    environmental-friendly life both at work and at
    home
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Use of regenerative energy in buildings and
    facilities
  • Sustainable construction methods
  • Use of modern technology such as solar panels and
    combined heat and power
  • Sharing Responsibility
  • Offer customers climate-friendly logistics
    solution

What sets us apart from others?
DP DHL is the first logistics company to
communicate specific CO2 targets
DP DHL is the first logistics company that has
bundled its innovation activities to develop
sustainable solutions for the industry
DP DHL is the first logistics company that offers
green products and services and has set up a
certified carbon management
DP DHL is the first logistics company to set a
concrete CO2 efficiency target
Source DPDHL
6
INCREASING CO2 EFFICIENCY
Network
Real Estate
Vehicles
Different abatement levers are under
investigation to detect efficiency potentials
  • Consolidation points such as Packstation
  • Network route optimization
  • Modal shift, e.g. air to road
  • Load factor/ capacity optimization
  • Supplier Management
  • Innovative energy concept
  • Efficient lighting and heating systems
  • Photovoltaic, solar panels, change of energy mix,
    etc.
  • Biogas-/Biodiesel/ Fossil gas/Vegetable Oil
    vehicles
  • Hybrid Trucks
  • Refleeting aviation
  • Teardrop trailer
  • Environmental friendly company cars

Source DPDHL
7
INVOLVING OUR EMPLOYEES
  • DGF Italys Green Choice initiative increased
    employee awareness, reduced resource consumption
    and saved costs
  • 41 GoGreen Dialog Maps (brainstorming workshops)
    were run in all stations
  • Ongoing awareness and energy saving measures
    (e.g. Green Choice rulebook, monitoring
    consumption)
  • All 650 employees in 26 branches were involved

Impact
10.000 kg CO2 saved per month through energy and
fuel saving measures
10.000 saved per month through reduced energy,
paper and stationary
9 increase in green awareness to 2008 (EOS 2009
75 2008 66)1)
Awareness
Source DGFF Green Strategy 1) EOS questions
were slightly different in 2008 and 2009 2008
My company is making an honest effort to be a
more environmentally-friendly company. 2009 In
my immediate team, every individual takes
measures to save energy in their workplace
(electricity, gas, fuel, travel, paper, etc).
8
INCREASING BUILDING EFFICIENCY
Eco-friendly buildings are an important step to
saving resources and emissions. One example is
our new environmentally-friendly 35.000 m2
logistics facility in Pozzuolo-Martesan, Italy
Features
  • Special isolation for the concrete panels for
    wall and roof
  • Special pane of glass for windows and doors
  • Intelligent light systems
  • Solar panels for hot water production
  • Intelligent heating system
  • Intelligent cooling system

Impact
40 Reduction of emissions
  • Source DGF/Freight Green Strategy the logistics
    center is expected to be completed end of 2011
    and operations to begin on January 1, 2012.

9
DHL GLOBAL FORWARDINGs GREEN PORTFOLIO
Transparency reveals CO2 reduction potentials In
addition, we offer a convenient way for customers
to offset CO2 emissions
  • What we can offer
  • Baseline for carbon emissions
  • CO2 Transparency and Visibility within supply
    chain triggers CO2 reduction initiatives
  • Carbon calculation along transparent, public
    standards gives confidence in figures
  • Customer can focus on core business while we are
    taking care of
  • purchasing
  • managing
  • certifying credits
  • DHL Global Forwarding calculates the transport
    related CO2 creates a customer individual
    report.
  • The calculation is based on the global
    GHG1)protocol as well as the WEF2) Guideline for
    Consignment Level Carbon Reporting

CO2 Report
  • CO2 Offsetting is an all-inclusive service with
    an offsetting of CO2 emissions based on the
    emission figures as stated by the CO2 report.
  • The service includes
  • - Issuance of annual certificate for public use
  • - Annual certification by third party SGS

CO2 Offsetting incl. certification
Source 1) Greenhouse Gas Protocol 2) World
Economic Forum
10
CARBON FOOTPRINT CALCULATION
Carbon calculation is a new science based on a
defined data set
  • Each transportation is divided into legs ?Each
    leg of the transport is calculated
  • Carbon emissions are derived based on real
    production data
  • For each leg the transport mode is identified
  • Relevant emission parameters are applied for each
    leg
  • CO2 emissions from the handling activity between
    each leg are added to the leg

Shipment
Leg 1
Leg 2
Leg 3
Leg 4
Vehicle 1
Vehicle 3
Shipm. 2
Shipm. 3
Shipm. 1
Shipm. 1
Vessel 1
Aircraft 1
Shipm. 1
Shipm. 2
Shipm. 1
Shipm. 2
Vehicle 2
Vehicle 4
Shipm. 3
Shipm. 3
Shipm. 3
Shipm. 2
Pickup Van
Vessel
Aircraft
Delivery Van
Source DPDHL Carbon Management
11
EMISSION FACTORS
How far can you go with a carbon credit of 1
ton CO2?
CO2 Emissions
Direct Emission Factors
390 1,800 g CO2/TKM
1 liter Kerosene 2.52 kg CO2
32 380 g CO2/TKM
1 liter Diesel 2.68 kg CO2
13 40 g CO2/TKM
1 liter HFO1) 2. 68 kg CO2
0.1 60 g CO2/TKM
1 kwh Electricity2) 0.01 - 0.9 kg CO2
Transport Distance emitting 1 Ton of CO2
10 tons
50 - 250 km
10 tons
1,200 - 2,000 km
2,500 - 8,000 km
10 tons
10 tons
1,600 - gt10,000 km
Source DGF/Freight Green Strategy 1) HFO
Heavy Fuel Oil 2) Depending on the power mix of
the country and the contract of the railway
company
12
CO2 EMISSIONS COMPARISON OF MODES
ILLUSTRATIVE
ILLUSTRATIVE
Penang
14,435 km
20 tons
Sea
3.6 tons
Bristol
20 tons
TOTAL
14,435 km
3.6 tons
x 20
London
Intermodal Transport Penang Bristol ( 15 days)
Bristol
CO2
Mode
Distance
Load
Air
Sea
Penang
5,813 km
20 tons
Ocean
1.5 tons
Dubai
5,492 km
20 tons
Air
71.4 tons
London
Via Suez Canal
169 km
20 tons
Road
0.2 tons
Sea Air
Bristol
Dubai
20 tons
73.0 tons
TOTAL
11,474 km
Sea
Penang
x 2.7
x 55
Penang
10,275 km
20 tons
Air
198.5 tons
London
169 km
20 tons
Road
0.2 tons
Bristol
TOTAL
10,444 km
20 tons
198.7 tons
Source DGF/Freight Green Strategy
13
DGF GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN CONSULTING HP
Making the Difference Hewlett Packard, Australia
  • DHL Global Forwarding helped Hewlett Packard
    Australia cut CO2 emissions by 41 by
  • Moving the switching centre from Perth to Sydney
    thus avoiding the 4,000 km overland transport
  • Opening an additional switching center in
    Melbourne to directly offload containers for
    local wholesalers without additional reloading
  • Using trucks with higher load capacity reduced
    total number of trucks

Original way
GoGreen way
ILLUSTRATIVE
ILLUSTRATIVE
Perth
Perth
Sydney
Sydney
Melbourne
Melbourne
6,341
CO2 emissions t
6,341
3,741
CO2 emissions t
- 41
Source DGF/Freight Green Strategy
14
VOICE OF THE CUSTOMER HP AUSTRALIA
15
DELIVERING TOMORROW TOP 10 TRENDS
In the DPDHL study Delivering Tomorrow -
Customer Needs in 2020 and Beyond 3 of 10
megatrends are related to climate change
environment
GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTS THE WORLD ECONOMY GROWS
1. Climate change will become the big issue and
unleash a green revolution of products and
services sustainable energy production is on
the threshold of a breakthrough.
2. The economic gap will grow larger worldwide
the potential for social conflicts will increase,
and could lead to increased expenditures on
security.
3. China will be the undisputed winner of
economic growth and join the ranks of the worlds
technological leaders.
THE NEW CUSTOMER NEW NEEDS, EXPECTATIONS,
BEHAVIORS
6. Convenience, comfort, and simplicity will be
the central requirements.
7. Person-to-person communication will remain a
priority.
5. Eco-friendliness and conscientious consumption
will increasingly determine purchasing behavior.
4. The web will transform customer expectations
and behavior with a focus on individualization,
transparency, availability speed.
ALTERED LOGISTICS THE NEW MODEL INDUSTRY
8. The logistics industry will become a
trendsetter and establish new standards for
cooperative efforts and green business.
9. Offshoring and outsourcing will create new
possibilities the value chain will expand in
all directions for services relating to logistics.
10. Logistics providers will increasingly develop
into consulting companies their complementary
services will offer added value.
Source DPDHL Delphi Study, 2009
16
OUR ENGAGEMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Sustainability Rankings Ratings
Dow Jones Sustainability Index Score in the
Environment dimension 99, the best score overall
(Sept 2009)
Carbon Disclosure 500 Leadership Index Our
performance for climate strategy and reporting
97 out of 100
German Sustainability Award 2009 Winner for most
sustainable CR environmental strategy
FTSE4Good Europe Global Indices Listed since
2004.
Advanced Sustainable Performance Indices Green
sector leader in 2009
International Networks for Sustainable Development
World Business Council for Sustainable
Development Member since 2009
UN Global Compact Signatory since 2006
UNEP Climate Neutral Working Group First
logistics provider that joined
Clean Cargo Working Group Member since 2009
International Partnerships
United Nations Development Program Strategic
partner since 2006
United Nations Office for the Coordination of
Humanitarian Affairs Strategic partner since 2006
United Nations Childrens Fund Strategic partner
since 2007
Source DGF/Freight Green Strategy
17
MORE INFORMATION ON GOGREEN
Information on our climate protection initiatives
is also available online
  • More on the GoGreen Program Deutsche Post DHLs
    carbon efficiency program website
  • http//www.dp-dhl.com/en/responsibility-online_re
    port_2010/environment.html
  • Explore carbon emission assess your own CO2
    footprint with our DisCO2ver Station
  • www.dpdhl-gogreen.de/go/
  • More on Deutsche Post DHLs overall
    sustainability approach (environmental social)
  • www.dp-dhl.com/responsibility

Source DPDHL
18
BACKUP
19
DPDHLS COMMITMENT TO CLIMATE PROTECTION
We strive to reduce carbon emissions for every
letter we mail, every package we ship and every
square meter we use
Sustainability with an emphasis on reducing
carbon emissions is in fact already a central
aspect of how we do business. Under our GoGreen
label, Deutsche Post DHL was the first logistics
company to offer carbon-neutral shipping
services, and to publicly commit to a clear-cut
carbon efficiency goal. (DP DHL Delphi Study
Towards Sustainable Logistics, Oct 2010)
Dr. Frank Appel CEO DP DHL
Source Delivering Tomorrow - Towards Sustainable
Logistics How Business Innovation and Green
Demand Drive a Carbon-Efficient Industry, Oct 2010
20
LESSONS LEARNED
  • Carbon accounting is a new science no best
    practice or how to manual exists that has been
    a proven success as a benchmark
  • 75 of our carbon footprint is subcontracted
    gathering the data and transparency needed is a
    challenge
  • Accurate data collection and report is a
    challenge across a global network varied IT
    infrastructure accuracy levels across the
    organization
  • Energy efficiency CO2 efficiency demonstrate
    the Euro value of CO2 to gain business buy-in
  • Energy efficiency is driven by employee behaviour
    (e.g. eco-driving) Sustainable engagement in CO2
    efficiency is critical
  • Convincing business managers to invest in longer
    pay back opportunity assets when short term value
    creation is top of mind
  • Less load capacity on aircraft due to the
    economic crisis means gained CO2 efficiencies
    through our aviation strategy could be lost

Continuous Improvement
Source DPDHL
21
DP DHL CARBON MANAGEMENT
The DHL Innovation Center, a unique place for
research and development concerning future
logistics, designed our Carbon Management
  • Compensation
  • Carbon savings from
  • internal and
  • external
  • CO2 compensation are generated

Products and services By purchasing GOGREEN
products customers reduce CO2 emissions
Carbon Management Controls the certified process
and internally trades CO2
CO2 emissions 600 kg
CO2 reduction 600 kg
ISO 14064-I (2006)
Source DPDHL
22
GOGREEN OFFSETTING PRODUCT
  • GOGREEN is offered as an voluntary action to
    decrease the negative impact on the environment
    from the customers transportation activities
  • DHL GOGREEN is an all-inclusive service which
    includes
  • Calculation of CO2 on shipment level
  • Offsetting the CO2 amount
  • Issuance of annual certificate for public use
  • The process of the GOGREEN is annually certified
    by third party SGS
  • DHL patent pending for the whole process and the
    emission calculation
  • GOGREEN facilitates CO2 reduction within the
    transport sector no green-washing
  • External CO2 reduction projects fulfill
    additionally criteria following the Kyoto
    protocol

Source DPDHL
23
PROJECT EXAMPLE BIOMASS POWER GENERATION
Malavalli PowerPlant Biomass Project type
Biomass based power generation Project standard
CER, Gold Standard Location Karnataka,
India Goal To reduce emissions by using
biomass waste for power generation. External
partners South Pole Carbon Ltd.
Source DPDHL
24
PROJECT EXAMPLE HYDRO POWER PLANT
Santa Lúcia II Plant - Small hydro power
plant Project type Renewable energy
projects Project standard CER (CDM registered
project 0663 Vintages 2003-2006) Location
Brazil Goal Displacement of fossil fuels by
renewable energy sources in the generation
of electricity in isolated systems. External
partner First Climate Group
Source DPDHL
25
FURTHER PROJECT EXAMPLES
Further Project examples you will find at the
DPDHL website
http//www.dp-dhl.com/en/responsibility-online_rep
ort_2010/environment/green_solutions/gogreen_clima
te_protectionprojects.html
Source DPDHL
26
A STATION COMPLETELY GREEN
  • DGF L.A. wins the annual green Seed Award
  • The DGF Redondo Beach facility, Los Angeles,
    received the Annual SoCAL Environmental
    Excellence And Development Award in 2009 from
    the South Bay Business Environmental Coalition
    for its comprehensive GoGreen program
  • Recycling waste reduction
  • Usage of recycled copy paper and provision of
    recycle bins and employees got thermo coffee mugs
    to Styrofoam
  • Switch to electric forklifts
  • A switch from propane to electric forklifts saves
    about US 60,000 annually and air quality in the
    warehouse improved significantly
  • Set up of centralized print rooms
  • All desk top printers were removed and
    centralized printing rooms were created saving
    about US 50,000 p.a.
  • Lighting retrofit
  • Installation of energy efficient lights and
    motion sensors

Mayor of El Segundo, Kelly McDowell and Peter
Jorgensen, DM DGF Los Angeles
Source DGF/Freight Green Strategy
27
EFFICIENT WASTE MANGEMENT
  • By monitoring their waste consumption and
    improved recycling efforts two DGF station on
    average saved US15,000 per year
  • DGF Vienna, Austria, and DGF Houston, U.S.,
    introduced waste management and recycling
    schemes
  • In each warehouse part recycling islands were
    installed with big cartons for each kind of waste
  • It was monitored that waste was recycled
    correctly
  • The different waste emergence were analyzed in
    order to use the right capacity of dumpsters
  • Metal cargo banding is collected for a local
    scrap dealer
  • DGF Houston, U.S., saves nearly US15.000 p.a.
  • DGF Vienna, Austria, saved about 22.000 p.a.

Source DGF/Freight Green Strategy
28
GREEN BUILDINGS
  • DGF Facility in Auckland, New Zealand
  • Roof area utilized for collecting rain water
  • Waste water filtered on site and reused
  • High performance glass used for better thermal
    efficiency
  • Electrical devices are zero-ozone depleting and
    highly energy efficient
  • Low energy lighting and Occupancy Sensing
    installed
  • Bicycle racks for staff set up

Green Impact
Improvement of CO2 footprint per m² by 20
Source DGF/Freight Green Strategy
29
INCREASING FLEET AND BUILDING EFFICIENCY GOING
GREEN WORLD-WIDE
Biogas vehicles for Express (Sweden since 2002,
Switzerland since 2004)
Aerodynamics (200 DON-BUR Teardrop trailers,
starting 2007)
Air capacity utilization program (Asia rollout in
2007)
Sweden
Underground warehouse for food retail customer
UK
Germany
Switzerland
Solar power at the European Express Hub (since
2008)
NExBTL (10 Mercedes Benz trucks, test 2008 -2011)
Japan
Missouri
Fuel cell vehicle (test 2006 - 2009)
SmartTruck for dynamic tour planning (pilot
started in 2009)
Hybrid (10 Mercedes Benz Mitsubishi trucks,
tests started 2008)
Source DPDHL
30
INCREASE CO2 EFFICIENCY OF OUR FLEET
To identify the optimal tailored solution for the
DPDHL fleet a mix of efficient market or future
solutions needs to be tested
BURN CLEAN
V A N S
T R U C K S
BURN LESS
Source DPDHL
31
INCREASE CO2 EFFICIENCY IN AVIATION
AeroLogic ready for take-off with low-emission
aircraft
  • Joint Venture between DHL Express and Lufthansa
    Cargo
  • Most efficient air cargo and express link between
    Europe and Asia
  • Home base at DHLs new central air hub in
    Leipzig, Germany
  • First scheduled flight on June 29th 2009
  • First Boeing 777 low-consumption wide-body
    freighter operating out of Germany
  • Most environmentally friendly freighter of its
    class
  • maximum payload capacity of 103 tons
  • distances of over 9000km
  • operating very fuel efficient at low noise levels

Source DPDHL
32
INCREASE CO2 EFFICIENCY WITH CITY LOGISTICS
Knowledge Input
  • Bristol Consolidation Center in partnership with
    DSC since May 2004 reduces urban retail traffic
    of over 73
  • Heathrow Retail Consolidation Center managed by
    DSC since May 2001 reduced airport retail mileage
    by 75

Solution Idea Generation
  • Identify potential opportunities for City
    Logistics
  • Estimate potential

1
Solution Development
  • Develop concept for (a) large/ congested metro
    areas, (b) Greenfield city developments, and (c)
    airports
  • Refine the business case
  • Verify concept with potential customers

2
Solution Implementation
3
  • Start pilot with a group of customers

Source DPDHL
33
LOGISTICS IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT
Climate change
Congestion
CO2
NOx SOx Soot
Solid waste
Waterusage
Energy use
Local pollution / noise
Source DPDHL
34
ACTIONS FOR GREENING LOGISTICS
Co-modal transport
City logistics
Smart solutions
Renewable energy
Clean fleets
Green services
Source DPDHL
35
TACKLING CONGESTION ON TRANSPORT CORRIDORS
Coined by the European Commission in 2006, the
concept of co-modality refers to the use of
different transport modes - on their own and in
combination - in the aim to obtain an optimal and
sustainable utilisation of resources.
Co-modal transport
Unaccompanied traffic
Examples
  • Land freight and container hinterland transport
    with classical rail and intermodal solutions
  • Fast and high-speed freight trains for overnight
    transit between major population centers
  • Intercontinental train and intermodal transport,
    e.g. SeAir and EU-China rail landbridge
  • Short-sea shipping "Motorways of the Sea" as
    maritime alternative to overland transport

Climate Change
Energy/fuel efficiency
Noise
NOx
Soot
Congestion
Source DPDHL
36
TACKLING URBAN CONGESTION
Urban logistics schemes bundle unorganised
deliveries in collective distribution networks
around an urban consolidation centre. Pilot
projects have proven that delivery traffic can
thus be reduced by up to more than 70.
Examples
  • Consolidation of retail goods for cities and
    airports, e.g. City of Bristol and London
    Heathrow
  • Rail trunking of commercial goods through
    suburban peripheries, e.g. supermarkets in Paris
  • Consolidation of construction materials for major
    developments, e.g. Berlin Potsdamer Platz
  • Conveyance of bulk materials on inland waterways
    to jetties in urban centres, e.g. London

Climate Change
Energy/fuel efficiency
Noise
NOx
Soot
Congestion
Source DPDHL
37
TACKLING LAST MILE
Direct deliveries the so-called last mile are
a particular challenge in urban areas with their
high density of residents, retailers and offices.
Innovative solutions have successfully been
piloted to address this particular aspect.
Examples
  • PackStation 7/24 automated lockerbox solution
    with 1 million registered users in Germany
  • Microdistribution in city centres with limited
    traffic or pedestrian zones using electric
    carriers
  • Distribution by boat in cities with comprehensive
    canal network, e.g. Amsterdam or Venice
  • Smart Truck dynamic navigation for express
    deliveries with floating car data from taxis

Climate Change
Energy/fuel efficiency
Noise
NOx
Soot
Congestion
Source DPDHL
38
TACKLING DEPENDENCY ON FOSSIL FUELS
Dependency on fossil fuels is an achilles heel of
transport and logistics. Renewable energy from
sustainable sources is looked upon to gradually
replace diminishing fossile supplies, and
eventually satisfy rationalised demands.
Examples
  • Participation in pilot research for next
    generation aircraft and road fuels from biomass
    (BtL)
  • Investment in wind farms in Yinyi/Ningxia (45 MW)
    and Liuao/Fujian (50 MW), PR China
  • Investment in river hydroelectric power plant
    (9.9 MW) in Mato Grosso district, Brazil
  • Investment in solar energy, e.g. photovoltaics at
    new DHL air hub in Leipzig, Germany

Climate Change
Energy/fuel efficiency
Noise
NOx
Soot
Congestion
Source DPDHL
39
TACKING LOCAL POLLUTION
Climate change is but one aspect of emissions
from transport. Local pollution including noise
is a correlated concern that has considerable
health impacts in many cities. Smart logistics
with modern vehicles can address both issues.
Examples
  • Experimental pilots with hybrid and full electric
    drivetrains in commercial road vehicles
  • Deployment of natural gas vehicles in various
    cities with high levels of local air pollution
  • Integration of teardrop trailers and other
    aerodynamic features to improve fuel efficiency
  • Introduction of efficient new freighter aircraft,
    i.e. Boeing 777 and Boeing 767 with winglets

Climate Change
Energy/fuel efficiency
Noise
NOx
Soot
Congestion
Source DPDHL
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