Over 50 parties sign Green Deal ZES

By signing the Climate Agreement, the Netherlands is committed to 49% less carbon emissions in 2030 compared to 1990. About 15% of that reduction falls under mobility, including city logistics. How do we organise city and regional logisitics in a sustainable, smart and clean way?

At the Board’s initiative, over 50 parties from the Amsterdam metropolitan area have signed the Green Deal Zero Emission Urban Logistics (GDZES). Parties actively seek each other out to enter into partnerships. In addition, the usefulness and necessity of logistical hubs are being discussed. All of this takes place in collaboration with Amsterdam Smart City. The Province of Noord-Holland and the Transport Region (Vervoersregio) have appointed a (temporary) network director for Logistics MRA and elaborations for regional GDZES policy have become part of the annual plan for Logistics MRA 2020.

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Trekker van de coalitie, initiator van Green Deal ZES in de Metropool Amsterdam, het verbinden van een publiek en privaat netwerk.


In 2020, the focus will be on further expanding the Green Deal ZES frontrunners group, forging successful alliances that have a visible and measurable impact & an inspiring ‘Showcase’ with visible regional ‘GDZES’ initiatives.

“Smart and clean (city) logistics are an important condition for the economic vitality and attractiveness of our region. In order to be able to transport in an emission-free way in 2025, we must all put our shoulders to the wheel. Of course, a signature is not enough, action is needed. Everyone should participate. ”

Richard Hoving – Challenge Lead Mobility

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Would you also like to sign the Green Deal ZES and therewith actively participate in initiatives that realise zero emission transportations? Please contact Richard Hoving.