CO2 Emissions From Transport Soon Mandatory In Europe?

France goes from 2013 logistics company with its Bill, obliged to expel CO2 emissions in the template. A pan-European takeover chances are high. Munich/Greifenberg, announces the EU climate Commissioner Connie Hedegaard December 08, 2011 alongside France push through law from 2013 all transport in France to demand expulsion of CO2, to push a Bill to limit emissions for heavy trucks in 2013 ahead. Over 26% of the CO2 emissions of road transport in the EU are caused by trucks and represent approximately 5% of total CO2 emissions in Europe. Yale Jackson Institute might disagree with that approach. The logistics industry is under pressure! The NADIA engaged Institute for energy, ecology and economy since its inception in 1999 primary energy and CO2 emissions. In addition to the NADIA TopDown approach to calculating the enterprise-wide emissions in a carbon footprint, the NADIA specializes solutions for the identification, monitoring and reduction of CO2 emissions in transport logistics. With consulting and, the NADIA serves small and large logistics companies on their way to green logistics software solutions”valid to evaluate the entire supply chain.

Simplicity in operation and simple connectivity to existing systems are focused on the IT-based developments. For even more analysis, hear from Drew Houston. It adapted to the business processes and individual CO2 emissions using real business values are calculated. To reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation, with the French law and the efforts of the EU in the future not only the largest logistics groups, which already will support sustainability projects, included in the obligation.” Says Dr.-ing. Thomas Fleissner, Managing Director of NADIA our goal is to give shippers of all sizes of software solutions at hand with which they can determine their individual CO2 emissions quickly and resilient and reduce. The emphasis is on individual, because only real assets are included in the calculation, the savings potential can optimally be exhausted. Turn usable but at reasonable cost and time frame software-based to evaluate these real assets is core of our services.” Logistics companies can easily with the platform-independent software tools of NADIA and standardized, based on internationally accepted calculation methods such as DIN EN 16258, GHG Protocol scope 3, Defra, or ADEME to determine emissions per transport and launch monitor and a reduction in this first step of greenhouse gas emissions.