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15th June - Environmental road mapping for Sustainable freight workshop

 

The date for the "Environmental road mapping for sustainable freight workshop" has been set for the 15th June 2010.

 

The workshop will be at the Garden Suite, Mayfair Conference Centre, Cavendish Conference Venue. The Mayfair Conference Centre is located in the heart of the West End, close to Marble Arch Tube.

 

You can register for this free Transport KTN workshop online by folllowing this link, and clicking on the "Register for this event" button.

 

Workshop Objectives:

 

 

To review the scoping outputs from informed logistics intervention;

 

  • Investigate and prioritise environmental issues for multi-modal sustainable freight;

  • To think of “The Journey”, moving people and goods;

  • To think about the next steps in the reduction of packaging materials used when moving goods;

  • To discuss the challenges/barriers to a successful environmentally sustainable multi-modal journey; and

  • To build upon these and establish “what is next” with input to transport roadmap

 

The workshop will investigate and prioritise environmental issues for multi-modal sustainable freight movement in the UK and establish “what is next”. The output of the workshop will be used to develop a long-term vision and adaptive Transport KTN action plan for transport sustainability and policy.

 

Further details with agenda will be published shortly.

 

Arrival from 09:00 for refreshments for a 09:30 start.

 

 

You can register for this free Transport KTN workshop online by following this link, and clicking on the "Register for this event" button.

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