Program Manager MIT Sustainable Supply Chains, MIT
Suzanne Greene manages the Sustainable Supply Chains program at the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics. She has been involved in a number of sustainability initiatives at MIT, including Metals & Minerals for the Environment, Leaders in Environmental Assessment and Performance, the Information and Communication Technology Benchmarking Partnership and the Concrete Sustainability Hub. Suzanne’s current research focuses on greenhouse gas and black carbon emissions in the supply chain.
Suzanne serves as a Technical Advisor for the Smart Freight Centre, for whom she developed the Global Logistics Emissions Council Framework (logistics sector guidance under the Greenhouse Gas Protocol) and the Black Carbon Methodology for the Logistics Sector. She is also a Technical Partner for WWF, supporting the development of the Science-Based Target initiative’s Sectoral Decarbonization Approach for transportation. She previously participated in the Greenhouse Gas Protocol Information and Communication Technology Sector Guidance and The Sustainability Consortium’s Electronic Sector Working Groups.
As supply chains become increasingly multinational and complex, some of the most significant impacts occur deep in the supply chain – greenhouse gas emissions, child and slave labor, deforestation, and more. Consumers, investors, employees, and taxpayers are increasingly demanding that companies and governments be responsible for the environmental and social impacts of their supply chains. … read more >>