If an industry can streamline its distribution network, CO2 emissions (and overall energy use) will probably drop as a result. That's why IBM is working with McKesson--a Fortune 500 company that supplies and transports a third of all prescription drugs used in North America-- to improve its distribution network,
supply planning, inventory positioning, vehicle routing and more.
US power plants cut emissions from nitrous oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and CO2 in 2011 even as overall electricity generation increased, according to data from the Energy Information Administration and the EPA. In 2011, power... Read Post
Pharmaceuticals firm Eli Lilly and Company has beat its goal of cutting normalized greenhouse gas emissions by 15 percent by 2013, compared to 2007 levels. It achieved a 16 percent cut against the baseline in 2011, according to the ... Read Post
Ocean Spray has implemented two distribution initiatives that combined have led to a 20 percent reduction in transportation CO2 emissions, while achieving comparable cost savings across the transportation network. The first initiati... Read Post