Conservation through consolidation Here was the problem faced by the UK: 1. “The British do more of their shopping on the internet than almost anyone else in the world,” according to the Economist. 2. That means a lot of packages being delivered, which requires a lot of delivery trucks. 3. The amount of delivery trucks was clogging urban streets, adding both congestion and pollution. British municipal governments have begun to solve this problem in a creative way: Pooled delivery. By ...
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