Directed Mitigation2024-01-29T18:31:18+00:00

What is directed mitigation
planning for Scope 3
Transportation & Logistics?

ESG Management Directed Mitigation Transportation & Logistics

Directed Mitigation    [ dih-rek-tid mit-i-gey-shuhn ]

  1. The act of reducing the impact or intensity of Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions occurring from transportation and logistics activity of a business’s supply chain
  2. The term was first created and used by Green Worldwide Shipping to describe the diverse set of solutions to reduce supply chain carbon emissions through the use of a proprietary technology platform, GreenCheck, and a team of sustainability supply chain experts

SCOPE 3 T&L DIRECT MITIGATION

SUPPLY CHAIN EMISSIONS MAPPING

TRADE ROUTE OPTIMIZATION

SUSTAINABLE FUEL ACCESS

CONTAINER UTILIZATION

VERIFIED CARBON OFFSETS

Directed Mitigation Reduce Scope 3 Transportation & Logistics Emissions

Reduce Scope 3 T&L emissions by 30% or more

Download the Green Paper to understand how directed mitigation planning can reduce Scope 3 transportation & logistics emissions with little impact to your supply chain or costs.

What is directed mitigation
planning for Scope 3
Transportation & Logistics?

Directed Mitigation    [ dih-rek-tid mit-i-gey-shuhn ]

  1. The act of reducing the impact or intensity of Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions occurring from transportation and logistics activity of a business’s supply chain
  2. The term was first created and used by Green Worldwide Shipping to describe the diverse set of solutions to reduce supply chain carbon emissions through the use of a proprietary technology platform, GreenCheck, and a team of sustainability supply chain experts

ESG Management Directed Mitigation Transportation & Logistics

SCOPE 3 T&L DIRECT MITIGATION

SUPPLY CHAIN EMISSIONS MAPPING

TRADE ROUTE OPTIMIZATION

SUSTAINABLE FUEL ACCESS

CONTAINER UTILIZATION

VERIFIED CARBON OFFSETS

Reduce Scope 3 T&L emissions by 30% or more

Download the Green Paper to understand how directed mitigation planning can reduce Scope 3 transportation & logistics emissions with little impact to your supply chain or costs.

Directed Mitigation Reduce Scope 3 Transportation & Logistics Emissions



      Transportation
      makes up 8% of
      global greenhouse gas emissions and as much as 11% if warehouses
      & ports are included

      Transportation
      makes up 8% of
      global greenhouse gas emissions and as much as 11% if warehouses
      & ports are included

      GET STARTED WITH
      DIRECTED MITIGATION PLANNING FOR INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY CHAINS

        GET STARTED WITH
        DIRECTED MITIGATION PLANNING FOR INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY CHAINS

          SMART FREIGHT CENTRE

          Green is a proud member of the Smart Freight Centre (SFC), a globally active non-profit organization for climate action in the freight sector, actively participating in three transportation & logistics programs:

          GLOBAL LOGISTICS EMISSIONS COUNCIL (GLEC)
          CLEAN CARGO
          CLEAN AIR TRANSPORT

          ZERO-EMISSION MARITIME BUYERS ALLIANCE (ZEMBA)

          Green joins a consortium of over 20 companies, including giants like Amazon, Electrolux Group, IKEA, and Patagonia, on a mission to accelerate the commercial deployment of zero-emission shipping services, cultivate a competitive market for these services, and combat carbon emissions. ZEMBA’s ambitious goal is to achieve a minimum 90% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions compared to traditional fossil fuels on a lifecycle basis.

          TRUCKERS AGAINST TRAFFICKING (TAT)

          Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) is a 501(c)3 that exists to educate, equip, empower and mobilize members of the trucking, bus and energy industries to combat human trafficking.  Through the program, TAT saturates trucking and related industries with trafficking information materials, partners with law enforcement and government agencies to facilitate the investigation of human trafficking and marshals the resources of partners to combat this crime.

          Green is proud to be a Bronze-level sponsor of Truckers Against Trafficking.
          Read more about our Human Rights Due Diligence Program.

          UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL COMPACT (UNGC)

          Since 2016, Green Worldwide has been committed to the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), which cover Human Rights, Labor, Environment and Anti-Corruption.  UNGC is the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative. Read through all of Green’s historical communications on progress and corporate sustainability reporting through the years.

          2022 | 2021 | 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017

          SMART FREIGHT CENTRE

          Green is a proud member of the Smart Freight Centre (SFC), a globally active non-profit organization for climate action in the freight sector, actively participating in three transportation & logistics programs:

          GLOBAL LOGISTICS EMISSIONS COUNCIL (GLEC)
          CLEAN CARGO
          CLEAN AIR TRANSPORT

          ZERO-EMISSION MARITIME BUYERS ALLIANCE (ZEMBA)

          Green joins a consortium of over 20 companies, including giants like Amazon, Electrolux Group, IKEA, and Patagonia, on a mission to accelerate the commercial deployment of zero-emission shipping services, cultivate a competitive market for these services, and combat carbon emissions. ZEMBA’s ambitious goal is to achieve a minimum 90% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions compared to traditional fossil fuels on a lifecycle basis.

          TRUCKERS AGAINST TRAFFICKING (TAT)

          Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) is a 501(c)3 that exists to educate, equip, empower and mobilize members of the trucking, bus and energy industries to combat human trafficking.  Through the program, TAT saturates trucking and related industries with trafficking information materials, partners with law enforcement and government agencies to facilitate the investigation of human trafficking and marshals the resources of partners to combat this crime.

          Green is proud to be a Bronze-level sponsor of Truckers Against Trafficking.
          Read more about our Human Rights Due Diligence Program.

          UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL COMPACT (UNGC)

          Since 2016, Green Worldwide has been committed to the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), which cover Human Rights, Labor, Environment and Anti-Corruption.  UNGC is the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative. Read through all of Green’s historical communications on progress and corporate sustainability reporting through the years.

          2022 | 2021 | 2020 

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          2022 Sustainabiliy Report Green Worldwide Shipping

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