International Industrial Ecology Day 2023

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Opportunities to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Freight Systems 14:00-15:00 EST (19:00-20:00 UTC)

Date: 30 November 2023, time 14:00-15:00 EST (UTC-5)

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Session Chair: Valerie M. Thomas, Georgia Tech

Freight transportation, including trucking, water-borne shipping, rail and air freight, face significant decarbonization challenges. In this session we explore opportunities ranging from freight system design to green hydrogen production


Yujia Xu and Guanlin Chen, Georgia Tech

Network Deployment with Lateral Transshipments for Electric Vehicle Battery Swapping and Charging Stations


Ziqing Wu, IMT Mines Albi-Carmaux

Hyperconnected circular supply chain network design: Physical Internet principles for the Circular Economy


Sahrish Shaik and Jingze Li, Georgia Tech

Eco-Efficient Vehicle Delivery: Transitioning to Open Relay Transportation


Katundu Imasiku, Southern African Science Service Center for Climate Change and Adaptive Land Management

Green Hydrogen Generation Potential in Africa