Transport, logistics and storage

In this section, you can find specific guidance on how to reduce carbon emissionsin the transport, logistics and storage sector.

There are a variety of strategies that businesses can implement to reduce their carbon footprint in this sector, such as improving the efficiency of vehicles and equipment, reducing energy consumption in warehouses and storage facilities to optimising logistics and transportation routes.

By reducing emissions, businesses can demonstrate their commitment to sustainability, save on energy costs, build a positive reputation and attract customers and investors.

Your plan for transport, logistics and storage

Your UK Business Climate Hub detailed plan to reduce carbon and save energy in the transport, logistics and storage sector.

Shaping the cold chain of the future: the road to net zero

Find information from the Cold Chain Federation on how to move towards net zero in the logistics industry.

BRC’s Climate Action Roadmap Showcase

Visit the British Retail Consortium’s Climate Action Roadmap Showcase which focuses on the reduction of carbon emissions, the advancement of sustainability objectives (such as reducing waste or improving recycling), and the improvement in the impact retail and sales firms have on nature.

The Science Based Target Setting Guidance for the Maritime Transport Sector

This Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) framework provides a detailed understanding on how to set targets and account for greenhouse gas emissions taking into account the unique context of the sector, as well as an explanation of how science-based targets are indeed feasible for the maritime industry.