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Keeping food cold as it moves through the supply chain is crucial to fighting food insecurity, preventing food waste, and supporting agricultural livelihoods and economies throughout the developing world.
But each step and technology of the cold chain — refrigerators, industrial chillers, and transportation — has significant potential impacts on climate change, from massive energy demands to powerful fluorinated greenhouse gas emissions.
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EU Head of Unit for Maritime Transport and Logistics to present Keynote at the 15th Cool Logistics Global Conference
Annika Kroon to feature in Genoa Conference taking place from October 10-12, 2023.
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Attendees can learn more about careers in the cold chain.