CountEmissionsEU: Why transport needs more transparency in GHG reporting?

Time and place:

Date:  10 October 2023
Time:  11:00 - 12:30 CET
Place:  Radisson RED Hotel Brussels, Rue d'Idalie 35, 1050 Brussels (Belgium)

Kindly hosted by

Caroline Nagtegaal MEP
Member of the ECON and TRAN Committee of the European Parliament (Renew, the Netherlands)


Szymon Oscislowski
Deputy Head of Unit, DG MOVE, European Commission

Noelle Fröhlich
Senior Expert Clean Operations, DHL Group

Rolf Willkrans
Director of Environmental Affairs, Volvo Group

Andreea Serbu
Senior Manager External Affairs, ECG

IRU representative

Many companies are seeking to assume greater responsibility for the environmental sustainability of their supply chains. Engaging with many different sub-contractors in the chain is important as they are responsible for the large part of direct emissions. The development of a single EU framework for monitoring and calculating GHG emissions data of transport operations/services is helpful when based on a global reference methodology. The ELP event will demonstrate how measuring emissions support companies in making better informed freight transport decisions.

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