Assessing carbon footprint and energy efficiency in competing supply chains: Review - Case studies and benchmarking

C. Rizet, M. Browne, J. Leonardi, E. Cornelis

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This article compares the energy consumption and CO emissions of supply chains in Belgium, France and UK looking in particular at, jeans, yogurts, apples, tomatoes and furniture. We use a generic methodology that allows comparability across the supply chain of products, supply chains, and countries. Our benchmarking show relatively high emissions for maritime transport and the consumer leg, while logistics activities such as storage and road freight exhibit relatively low emissions. The influences of distance, retail type, area density and consumer behaviour are also examined. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.
langue originaleAnglais
Pages (de - à)293-300
Nombre de pages8
journalTransportation Research Part D : Transport and Environment
Volume17
Numéro de publication4
Les DOIs
étatPublié - 1 juin 2012

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Carbon footprint
carbon footprint
benchmarking
Benchmarking
energy efficiency
Supply chains
Energy efficiency
supply
energy
efficiency
Consumer behavior
consumption behavior
energy consumption
Belgium
Logistics
logistics
Energy utilization
France
road
methodology

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Assessing carbon footprint and energy efficiency in competing supply chains : Review - Case studies and benchmarking. / Rizet, C.; Browne, M.; Leonardi, J.; Cornelis, E.

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