Wineries Taking First Steps in Carbon-Neutral Shipping
For little money, wineries can support programs that offset the environmental costs of transporting wine.
by Paul Franson
Sep 2010 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Many wineries are attempting to reduce their carbon footprints in various ways; one method is by offsetting the carbon dioxide given off in shipping activities. Fulfillment company Copper Peak Logistics in Benicia, California started last year offering a program to compensate for the carbon dioxide created during shipping, and United Parcel Service (UPS) became the first major small-package carrier in the United States to unveil a carbon neutral program in the U.S. last fall. Copper Peak Logis...
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