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Sustainable Fleets Webinar: Transportation + Sustainability Series
Whether your company works with carrier partners or has a private fleet, you won’t want to miss this behind-the-scenes discussion on the rapidly-evolving world of sustainable trucking! Supply chain fleet emissions reductions are critical to improving retail transportation sustainability, and mobile emissions are getting more attention than ever before from federal and state policymakers. Hear from:
-Yann Kulp, Co-founder at eIQ Mobility, a NextEra Energy Company
-Brook Detterman, Principal with environmental law firm Beveridge and Diamond
-Steve Moelk, Fulfillment Project Implementation Manager at IKEA.
Join us for an overview of sustainable trucking and fleets, including the landscape of regulations and incentives aimed at decarbonizing trucking, as well as practical insights into the state of low-carbon fleet technology. We'll also discuss what a company transition towards electric fleets looks like in practice!


Attendees will learn:
-Policies and regulations impacting areas such as fleets, low-carbon fuels and trucks, ports, and warehouses
-The current and future state of sustainable retail fleet strategies.
-Pathways to plan and enable sustainable fleets.
-Lessons learned and retailer insights.


About the Transportation + Sustainability Webinar Series:
RILA is excited to present a new six-part webinar series, exploring solutions to the challenges many retailers face at the intersection of logistics and sustainability—from understanding scope 3 emissions to reducing empty miles. Learn how to build stronger, more resilient transportation networks while reducing environmental impact. The series is free and open to attend so please share with your relevant teams! Attendees are welcome to register for individual webinars or attended as a series.

Jun 30, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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