This study investigates the drivers impacting the success of the environmental voluntary program recently launched in France. This program, titled EVE (Engagements Volontaires pour l’Environnement), aims to improve transport operators’ efficiency and to reduce CO2 emissions in the environment. Due to the complexity of the context in which the EVE program is implemented, we used a System Dynamics (SD) approach. This study offers multiple contributions. First, studying the dynamic interdependences of voluntary programs aimed at reducing carbon emissions in the transport industry can help policymakers in designing successful policies. In addition, the study can help transport operators engaged in environmental voluntary programs to build a durable competitive advantage, while complying with environmental policies, particularly in the post-COVID situation.

Bivona, E., Bilek, G.M. (2022). Environmental Voluntary Programs in the Transport Industry in the Post-COVID Situation: The French Experience. In H. Qudrat-Ullah (a cura di), Understanding the Dynamics of New Normal for Supply Chains : Post COVID Opportunities and Challenges (pp. 81-99). Cham : Springer Nature Switzerland AG [10.1007/978-3-031-07333-5_5].

Environmental Voluntary Programs in the Transport Industry in the Post-COVID Situation: The French Experience

Bivona, E
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2022-10-06

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This study investigates the drivers impacting the success of the environmental voluntary program recently launched in France. This program, titled EVE (Engagements Volontaires pour l’Environnement), aims to improve transport operators’ efficiency and to reduce CO2 emissions in the environment. Due to the complexity of the context in which the EVE program is implemented, we used a System Dynamics (SD) approach. This study offers multiple contributions. First, studying the dynamic interdependences of voluntary programs aimed at reducing carbon emissions in the transport industry can help policymakers in designing successful policies. In addition, the study can help transport operators engaged in environmental voluntary programs to build a durable competitive advantage, while complying with environmental policies, particularly in the post-COVID situation.
Settore SECS-P/07 - Economia Aziendale
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Bivona, E., Bilek, G.M. (2022). Environmental Voluntary Programs in the Transport Industry in the Post-COVID Situation: The French Experience. In H. Qudrat-Ullah (a cura di), Understanding the Dynamics of New Normal for Supply Chains : Post COVID Opportunities and Challenges (pp. 81-99). Cham : Springer Nature Switzerland AG [10.1007/978-3-031-07333-5_5].
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