Coinciding with Transport Day at COP26 today, Logistics UK has published a special supplement on the decarbonisation of transport and drive towards zero-emission vehicles.

The decarbonisation of transport and drive towards zero-emission vehicles is a key focus of this year’s conference. According to COP26’s own research, road transport accounts for 10% of global emissions, which are rising faster than those of any other sector.

In the Logistics Magazine supplement, Michelle Gardner, Logistics UK’s Head of Public Policy and lead on decarbonisation, sets out the latest developments in phasing out the sale of conventional fossil fuel HGVs and vans, the infrastructure challenges ahead and the opportunities for freight carried by rail, air and water.