A scenario study for investigating the implications of globalisation on international transport and the global environment : a case study for the Dutch paper industry
AbstractThis paper aims to trace the consequences of various global scenarios for the transportation system and the environment. After a review and the identification of four new world scenario's, the implications for sustainable transport are mapped out. The methodology is illustrated by means of a case study on a specific transport-intensive sector in the Netherlands, viz. the paper industry.
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