Post Tagged with: "Green Supply Chain"

Ethanol based Biofuel – the Fuel of the Future?

Ethanol based Biofuel – the Fuel of the Future?

For many decades the abundant green fields surrounding the small town of Sertaozinho in southeast Brazil grew sugarcane. In fact they grew more than they knew what to do with, until in the 1930s, the Brazilian government stepped in and decided that the huge amounts of surplus sugarcane should be used to manufacture ethanol. The government also made the addition […]

by · June 24, 2015 · Green Supply Chain
The next step in green supply chain – introducing the closed loop environmental supply chain

The next step in green supply chain – introducing the closed loop environmental supply chain

Green issues have never been more topical that they are today. With the promised reduction in greenhouse gasses failing to get anywhere near its appointed targets, and the rate at which we are stripping the Earth of its limited resources, not to mention rising sea levels, scientists and environmentalists are pulling their hair out. Global supply chain is once again […]

by · March 9, 2015 · Supply Chain
The effects of falling oil prices on the green supply chain

The effects of falling oil prices on the green supply chain

The green supply chain has never seen the oil industry as being comfortable bedfellows, but they do have some the same goals in mind albeit for different reasons. On one side of the coin you have the fact that the green supply chain is all about conserving energy by reducing the size of the world’s global carbon footprint.  On the […]

by · December 27, 2014 · Distribution, Logistics, Transportation