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IIM Bangalore will open a new Sustainability Lab
The Lab conducts research in areas such as decarbonization, circular economy and sustainable procurement, and publishes white papers on topics related to sustainable supply chain management.
by Shiksha Patel / 20 Apr 2023 01:58 AM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 91
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Indian Institute of Management Bangalore will open a new sustainability lab on campus with a focus on supply chain management. Co-founded with the Transport Corporation of India (TCI), the lab will be a valuable resource not only for academia, but for the larger business community.
It will be launched on April 28 by IIM Bangalore Board Chairman Devi Prasad Shetty in the presence of IIM Bangalore Chairman Rishikesha T. Krishnan and TCI Executive Director Vineet Aggarwal. An online tool will also be launched at launch for all carriers and shippers to calculate total GHG emissions from the transportation of goods, according to a statement from IIM-Bangalore.
This tool covers all modes of transportation including road, rail, air and sea. In the future, it will be available in various Indian languages. The lab will serve as a place for researchers, students and faculty to collaborate, develop and share knowledge, all with the goal of promoting sustainability practices in the supply chain. The lab will conduct research in areas such as decarbonization, circular economy and sustainable procurement, and will publish white papers on topics related to sustainable supply chain management.