A world in motion, a world that consumes and continues to pollute. According to the TERM 2017 report by the EEA (European Environment Agency), greenhouse gas emissions from transportation have increased by 25% since 1990. Particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide, resulting from the circulation of goods and people, are two of the most prominent air pollutants. A crucial issue for the future of the planet, to be discussed at Green Logistics Expo, the International Sustainable Logistics Exhibition, which will bring together the major players in the industry in Padua, from 7 to 9 March.
The entire logistics chain will be featured at the event: conventions, meetings and workshops will address the issues of intermodality, industrial logistics and Real Estate, E-commerce, City & Logistics.
From the relationship between technology and ethics to the digitization of containers and documentary dematerialization, passing through the management of logistic hubs in smart cities: at the Green Logistics Expo, innovation and technology come together to imagine a future that is sustainable for companies but also for our planet.