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10 Strategies for more sustainable last-mile delivery

The transportation sector is one of the main causes of global carbon emission, and last-mile deliveries are solidly in that category. Greening the last mile is a critical endeavor for today's supply chain leaders. Most importantly, creating concrete sustainability goals that include a more eco-friendly last mile is an important step in the fight against climate change. But companies with business models that prioritize sustainability can also win with customers.

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The New Order: Five Important Focus Areas for Greener Operations

For restaurants, the official entrance into the โ€˜recovery stageโ€™ is by no means a finish line. Still recovering from diminished margins, restaurateurs are facing heightened consumer standards in the new, post-pandemic market. And many of those standards involve responsibility in its many forms.

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The Post-COVID Renewal: The Shift To Sustainable Offerings in The Hospitality Sector

As we continue to recover from the watershed COVID-19 crisis, more voices are circulating with examples from and references to the months following the Global Financial Crisis. The travel industry has a sizable hill to climb back to normal operations; it certainly canโ€™t hurt to keep the lessons weโ€™ve learned previously close by our side.

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