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Alan McKinnon – Professor of Logistics

17 September 2020

Reducing the Carbon Intensity of Humanitarian Logistics

Presentation to Humanitarian Logistics Association webinar

The Humanitarian Logistics Association organised a webinar examining ways of reducing the carbon intensity of humanitarian logistics in which Kathleen Hegyesi of Flexport and I gave presentations.  The increasing frequency and severity of extreme weather events attributable to climate change will be increasing the need for relief aid over a period when this sector will be expected to reduce its carbon footprint.  My presentation shows how these conflicting trends might be reconciled by cutting the carbon intensity of humanitarian logistics.

Watch a recording of the webinar here.

 Download a copy of my presentation here.

 

 

 

 


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