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Speaking to SG Voice, Dr Yossi Sheffi, global supply chain expert and Director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Center for Transportation and Logistics, explores how small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can address supply chains in their sustainability strategies.
This week's headlines brought news of several innovative technologies that are driving the transition to a sustainable future. In this roundup article, we explore some of the dominant trends.
Alitheon has developed a technology for the authentication, identification and traceability of parts and products.
Ceibo has raised over $30 million to accelerate the scale-up of its proprietary technology, drive on-site trials and prove the technology at scale.
Troubled battery-maker AMTE Power may be just days away from administration, it emerged today.
Without a comprehensive understanding of the problems we face, the effective solutions available and our shared responsibilities as we navigate between the two, there can be little hope of realising the transition to an inclusive, sustainable future.
Results from the first phase of the cross-sector project CarbonPrime have been released, suggesting that estimates based on secondary data are not accurate enough to make investment decisions regarding emissions reduction. This could impact how the agricultural sector targets investment in sustainable infrastructure.
Stuart is a tech logistics company connecting businesses of all sizes to local couriers with a focus on sustainability.
Marc Johnson, environmental solutions architect at Protocol Labs, explains why blockchain technology is uniquely positioned to record emissions transactions and interactions across supply chains in an effective manner.