A global method for calculating and reporting CO2 emissions in transportation

Eccologistics has been developed under the international GLEC® framework.

The GLEC Framework was developed by the Global Logistics Emissions Council (GLEC) to harmonize the calculation and reporting of GHG emissions from logistics.


It is the main guideline for the implementation of ISO 14083 that can be implemented by carriers, freight forwarders and logistics service providers.

The GLEC International Framework is designed to comply with:

  • Greenhouse Gas Protocols.
  • UN-led global green freight action plans.
  • CDP Reports (Global Environmental Disclosure System).

Smart Freight Centre (SFC)

International non-profit organization focused on reducing the impacts of global freight transportation emissions.

SFC collaborates with other international organizations, such as the
International Maritime Organization (IMO)
and the
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
to harmonize the measurement and reporting of GHG emissions in the transport sector.

ISO 14083:2023

Emissions derived from the transportation chain.

ISO 14083:2023 establishes a common methodology for the quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the operation of passenger and freight transport chains.

It is fully integrated with the EU’ s green transition policy , objective 55 (target of reducing emissions by at least 55% by 2030).

CountEmissions EU

The European regulation that will mark a before and an after

This initiative establishes a common framework for calculating and reporting transport-related greenhouse gas emissions.

It can be applied in both the passenger and freight transport sectors.

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