The logistics industry is a crucial component of the global economy. However, it is also responsible for a significant amount of greenhouse gas emissions, which contribute to climate change. As consumers become more environmentally conscious, businesses are beginning to recognise the importance of sustainability in their operations, and demand for greener supply chains has never been stronger.
That's why we're excited to join Christoph Scheithe, logistics industry expert, on Tuesday March 21 at 9 am PST to talk about how logistics companies can fight climate change and better meet their customers’ needs in big and small ways.
Together, Lune’s own Maria Lacalle Muls and Alicia Carney will join Christoph to explore the role of high-quality carbon offsets in turning the logistics industry into a force for good. We’ll discuss:
This is a great opportunity for anyone in the logistics industry, or anyone interested in sustainability, to learn more about the benefits of using high-quality carbon offsets. Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions and engage in discussions with the experts.
The webinar is free to attend. To register, visit this link! Don't miss out on this chance to learn more about how carbon offsets can help turn the logistics industry into a force for good.
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