Celebrating Earth – April 22, 2015

April 22, 1970, the first Earth Day. An estimated 20 million persons demonstrated their support for environmental concerns during this nationwide event sponsored by Wisconsin Sen. Gaylord Nelson and coordinated by Denis Hayes. The vast local turnout for this nationwide environmental ‘teach-in’ involved events held at 2,000 colleges and universities,...

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Earth Day isn’t just a one-day celebration at DB Schenker Americas. It’s a long-term commitment rooted in a deep appreciation of our planet.

As a major global logistics player, DB Schenker enthusiastically shoulders responsibility for the sustainability of our planet. They recognize that if each of us shifts our behavior, this can trigger necessary change. Corporations can lead in that change and inspire and encourage team members to join in and be an...

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Are consumers willing to pay a premium for food produced with high environmentally sustainable supply chains? Looks like a no.

Consumers are not willing to pay a premium for food produced with high socially and environmentally sustainable supply chains, a report by Sustainable Food Supply Chain Commission has found. Food companies promoting sustainable supply chains compete with other companies which “may not share those aspirations”, according to the report. Published...

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Green Logistics – DB Schenker aspires to lead the world in green logistics as they prove that CO2 emissions actually be reduced as transport increases.

Experts at the German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI) open the discussion of green logistics in New York on the future of sustainable logistics. NEW YORK– Global supply chains and distribution networks are a key performance factor for many companies as they attempt to coordinate activities in a way...

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