The home stretch: decarbonising urban last-mile logistics
Emily Gould looks at potential solutions to the increasing problem of delivery vehicle emissionsIn January 2020, the World Economic Forum's report The Future of the Last-Mile Ecosystem forecasted that, by 2030, the number of delivery vehicles in cities will increase by 36%, leading to a 32% rise
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