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Obligation d'information CO2 des prestations de transport: de la réglementation aux pratiques


  • Nathalie Fabbe-Costes

    () (CRET-LOG - Centre de Recherche sur le Transport et la Logistique - AMU - Aix Marseille Université)


Lors du Grenelle de l’environnement, le Transport Routier de Marchandises (TRM) a été stigmatisé comme une activité logistique responsable d’importantes émissions de gaz à effet de serre (GES), notamment de CO2. Après avoir invité les transporteurs à s’engager dans des programmes de réduction d’émission de CO2, l’État leur a imposé, en 2011, l’affichage des émissions de CO2. Ce dispositif, entré en application en 2013, doit inciter à changer les pratiques, non seulement au niveau du TRM, mais plus largement au niveau des chaînes logistiques. Ce billet présente les résultats du programme de recherche Adesict qui participe de la démarche d’évaluation de ce dispositif.

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  • Nathalie Fabbe-Costes, 2017. "Obligation d'information CO2 des prestations de transport: de la réglementation aux pratiques," Post-Print hal-01562370, HAL.
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    prestations logistiques; Décret 2011-1336 ; obligation d’affichage information CO2 ; transport routier de marchandises;

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