Tag Archives: greenhouse gas

Rail System Electrification to Reach Net Zero?

Sustainability Solution for Freight Rail Includes a Range of Technologies BY SHERYL S. JACKSON Electrification of rail transportation is one way to reduce greenhouse gases and meet the sustainability goals of regulators, rail industry members, manufacturers and customers. The call for rail electrification is spurred by growing interest in the reduction of emissions and mandates such as regulations passed in ...

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Revving up Renewables: Clean Energy Supply Chains

Feature As the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions climbs toward the top of the corporate agenda and clean energy technologies become more available and cost-effective, more companies are looking to renewable and clean energy technologies as a key to decarbonizing their own facilities and vehicle fleets and working with their supply chain partners to do the same. BY DAVID ...

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The Scope 3 Challenge

Feature The climate impact from your company’s direct operations is likely a fraction of the greenhouse gas emissions produced throughout your corporate value chain, including those generated by suppliers of the goods and services you buy and by customers who use the products you sell. That’s why measuring and mitigating so-called Scope 3 emissions is rapidly emerging as an urgent ...

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