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Last week for Canadian survey on sustainability and transportation decisions

TORONTO, Ont. -- The Sauder School of Business is researching how Canadian firms view sustainability and manage transportation decisions that affect greenhouse gas emissions and there is one week left for supply chain professionals to...



TORONTO, Ont. — The Sauder School of Business is researching how Canadian firms view sustainability and manage transportation decisions that affect greenhouse gas emissions and there is one week left for supply chain professionals to participate.

Its research will identify and benchmark best practices. The survey is part of a project managed by the Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) under a contribution agreement with Natural Resources Canada and is designed to be completed in 20 minutes by a supply chain professional familiar with transport procurement or fleet management in the firm.

The survey seeks responses from large and small firms alike. It does not matter if a firm actively manages transport emissions or not.

All respondents will receive a copy of the research results to see how they stand versus their peers. Respondents will be entered into a random draw to receive a $100 American Express gift card.

To participate please visit the appropriate URL below and complete the survey before February 7, 2014. Or please forward this communication and survey link to the appropriate person in your organization.

Survey in English: https://ubcbusiness.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8H3wBwRQ3TmLchf

Sondage en francais: https://ubcbusiness.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_77K1OIiKb1Kkigt

Sondage en francais: https://ubcbusiness.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_77K1OIiKb1Kkigt


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