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Transport Mode and Network Architecture: Carbon Footprint as a New Decision Metric

Nelly Andrieu & Lee Weiss

Research Fest 2008

Climate change and its political, social and economic implications are pushing companies to find ways to reduce the carbon footprint of their supply chains. This project examines tradeoffs between carbon footprint, cost, time and risk across three case studies of United States' perishable and consumer packaged goods firms and their transportation partners.

22-May-08, Session 5 (2:45-3:45)

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