Australia

Act Now to Achieve IMO Carbon Targets – ITF

By |2018-07-20T09:53:50+00:00May 3rd, 2018|carbon offsets, emissions data, freight transport, greenhouse gas emissions, liquid fuel, low carbon, shipping, supply chain, transport|

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by “at least 50% by 2050 compared to 2008” aligns the shipping sector with the Paris Agreement temperature goals. Strong actions are needed. The IMO strategy relies on technological innovation and alternative energy sources for global shipping, and support of governments and shipping customers

Transport Emissions Policy: Kicking the Big, Growing Can down the Road

By |2018-01-30T22:36:11+00:00January 30th, 2018|#COP21, #energy productivity, carbon offsets, freight transport, low carbon|

Transport has Australia’s biggest emission reduction task – and little government support. The 2017 Review of Climate Change Policies released over Christmas presents a re-hash of current policies and policy reviews, deferring new progress to after the 2019 federal election. Transport emissions will continue growing at record levels in the meantime, begging the question: How

China’s carbon trading to capture supply chain emissions

By |2018-07-20T09:17:12+00:00October 5th, 2017|freight transport, low carbon|

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/china-emissions-trading-scheme-puts-170005461.html The carbon intensity of Australia's exports to China will come under increasing scrutiny when its Emissions Trading Scheme is launched this year, joining moves both planned and already underway by a host of other Asian countries. Scope 3 emissions, such as transport & distribution, are generated outside an organisation's direct control and are often

How to lift energy productivity in Freight Transport

By |2017-04-13T09:51:50+00:00April 13th, 2017|#energy productivity, freight transport, liquid fuel, low carbon, shipping, transport|

“A Roadmap to double energy productivity in Freight Transport by 2030” is now released for comment, and yours will be most welcome. Urgent action is needed to generate more economic value from the energy used to move freight in Australia, as congested cities increasingly constrain productivity across the economy. Decisions made today can lock-in energy-intensive