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Standardization of transport chain emission calculation. Status quo and what is needed next

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Author: Ehrler, V.C. · Seidel, S. · Lischke, A. · Davydenko, I. · Dobers, K. · Lewis, A. · Val, S. · Luzzini, D.
Type:article
Date:2018
Source:Proceedings of 7th Transport Research Arena TRA 2018, April 16-19, 2018, Vienna, Austria, 1-9
Identifier: 807958
Keywords: Logistics · Transport chain · Emission calculation · Decarbonization · Environmental impact of transport · Supply chains · Sustainable logistics · EN16258 · Mobility & Logistics · Urbanisation

Abstract

Standardization of emission calculation is progressing swiftly in order to support the improvement of the sustainability of transport chains. Using the GLEC Framework v1.0 as a starting point, this research maps out, which further gaps need to be addressed for ensuring seamless coverage at a meaningful accuracy of such a calculation. The analysis is based on a desk research complemented by considerations and feedback received in the context of real-life test cases of the GLEC Framework. The paper closes with an outlook on requirements towards an eco-label related to the emission calculation standardization.