Humanitarian logistics networks have come together to work on a Call to Action: ‘A supply chain framework for the future: reducing the carbon footprint of humanitarian aid’.

This document outlines what humanitarians need from donors, the private sector and governmental bodies to effectively reduce the greenhouse gas emissions associated with supply chain humanitarian operations and the final version was presented in occasion of a panel discussion hosted by the International Humanitarian City in Dubai at the UNFCCC COP28.

Are you part of a humanitarian organization and you would like to join the signatories of the call? Follow the instructions outlined here. 

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