Informing students of latest challenges in transport, logistics and supply chain management. Covering Sustainable and Green Transport and Logistics.

Wednesday 26 February 2014
9.30am - 6.30pm

Ensure you book to secure your place. This conference is the 10th Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) annual students’ event co-organized by the CILT and the Business School, University of Greenwich.

This established event will bring you a range of eminent speakers from different industry backgrounds with their insights and experiences on sustainable transport and logistics.

The conference provides participating students the opportunity to speak to an audience in preparation for future employment, helping them develop self-confidence.

The theme of this year’s conference is on Sustainable and Green Transport and Logistics. Subjects will include:

  • Commercial Electric Powered Vehicles
  • Increasing efficiency and reducing waste with improved Reverse Logistics
  • Wave Powered Electricity Production
  • Green Delivery Systems
  • Inland Waterways
Background on sector:

Transport systems have a more critical impact on the environment in terms of energy consumption and CO2 emissions. By 2050, total fuel demand in all transport modes will increase by 30% to 82% above the 2010 levels, correspondently the total CO2 emissions from the transportation sector is expected to increase between 16% to 79% (World Energy Council, 2011).

This brings a big challenge to different stakeholders in the transport sector: how to provide sustainable and green transport for the 7-billion people world with minimum possible congestion, CO2 emission, air pollution and noise generated?


It is essential to secure your place as places are limited.



Wednesday 26th February 2014, 9.30am to 6pm


Queen Anne Court, Room QA063, University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College, Park Row, London SE10 9LS


Free for all

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Conferences and Executive Development team
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 8331 9083