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COP26 News Roundup: Transport Stories

WEF Supply Chain and Transport CEO community, including Allcargo Logistics, DHL, DSV and Flexport, commit to support poling of green demand to enable the carbon neutral future.

19 countries, including the UK, USA and Germany, commit to creating zero emissions shipping trade routes to accelerate the decarbonization of the maritime transport industry.

The toolbox aims to help accelerate the deployment of green hydrogen technologies, especially for energy-hungry industries like aviation, international shipping and heavy industry.

WEF partnered with the US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry and over 30 companies, including Maersk and Amazon, to invest in green tech to make it available at scale by 2030. Targeted sectors include aviation and shipping.

A group of aviation and logistics businesses announced commitments to curb their carbon emissions with concrete actions:

- Airlines, including Amazon Air, JetBlue, United, joined the Sustainable Aviation Buyers Alliance (SABA) to drive investment in SAF

- DHL is partnering with Neste on SAF in the UK

- Kuehne + Nagel, the world’s largest freight forwarder, will offer customers an option to purchase SAF

- TIACA released a sustainability roadmap for air cargo with concrete actions for sustainable development and climate change


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