GreenBiz (http://greenbiz.com), a leader in reporting news at the intersection of Sustainability & Business, occasionally runs GreenSportsBlog articles with a sustainable business bent. This is a big deal for GSB as GreenBiz, with its large monthly audience of 400,000+ visitors, helps expand our awareness and reach every time they post our content. On Friday, it posted our our story about global logistics leader DHL, and the role sports will play in promoting its greenness
We at GreenSportsBlog are always thrilled when GreenBiz, the leader in sustainable business media, chooses to run our content with a business angle. They did so again on Friday by posting our June interview with Emily Davis, the Sustainability Program Manager at DHL North America’s Supply Chain unit. We delved into how the largest logistics company in the world will go about achieving its audacious net zero emissions goal by 2050 and how their sponsorship of Formula-E, the electric vehicle car racing circuit, will help them get there.
Emily Davis, Sustainability Program Manager at DHL North America’s Supply Chain unit (Photo credit: Summer Safrit)
DHL has been a sponsor of Formula-E, the EV racing circuit, since its founding in 2014. (Photo credit: DHL)
Click here for the link to the GreenBiz story, entitled “The World’s Biggest Logistics Company Races Towards Net Zero Emissions.” And thank you for your continued support of our content, wherever you happen to read it.
Please comment below!
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friend us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/greensportsblog
Tweet us @GreenSportsBlog