Low Carbon Logistics project was presented during the conference “Green Strategy for Business” on October 19 in Vilnius, Lithuania. LCL team members, Clara Burzlaff and Sophie Werdin from the University of Greifswald presented general project information, LCL Expert team, LCL
International conference GREEN CITIES: GREEN LOGISTICS FOR GREENER CITIES, held in Szczecin September 2018, presented and awarded the most innovative businesses, NGOs and municipal initiatives that work to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions, traffic volumes, accidents and other transportation-related issues.
The international awards for low carbon logistics have been announced in four countries. Business companies, municipalities and non-governmental organisations from Germany, Sweden, Poland and Lithuania will compete for the project of the year nomination. Initiators of the international awards look
Neringa municipality administration hosted the seminar “Innovative Transport + Marketing = Competitive Tourism” in order to stimulate discussions with the local community and business representatives on sustainable logistics solutions for Neringa resort. During the event, the Low Carbon Logistics project
Neringa Municipality faces unique conditions in traffic and business since the situation changes drastically between summer and winter seasons. During the summer season traffic increases extremely. The main traffic relates to tourists visiting the area, but also goods traffic reaching
Intelligent, green and affordable city transport – mission possible! That was proved during #LCL team study-visit to Lithuanian company Elinta. Elinta Motors – designs, develops and produces high powered EV / PHEV components in-house with the main focus on sustainable commercial transportation. Together with UAB “Transmitto”
Wonder about win-win solution bringing benefits for local businesses, citizens and environment? It might be #LowCarbonLogistics! Such message was spread last week in Lithuania, during regional conference “Green strategy for business”, where #LCL project was presented by project coordinators from Green Policy