Transport is the most intractable area for tackling climate change, with road freight emissions growing fastest. We look at how the logistics industry is innovating in new fuels and vehicles to accelerate progress

Transport has proved a tough nut to crack when it comes to tackling climate change. Road transport, which accounts for about a fifth of the EU's total CO2 emissions, is the only major sector where greenhouse gas emissions are still rising, according to the European Commission.

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