The EcoLogistics Indicator (ELI) system is a sustainable logistics performance measurement system designed for policymakers to intervene and make informed decisions to improve the logistics system’s efficiency without compromising social, economic, and environmental components.
It is a tool for cities to understand their urban logistics performance status quo to identify gaps and opportunities for policy interventions and set targets that meet their vision and goals.
Why use an EcoLogistics Indicator system?
The EcoLogistics Indicators
How to use the EcoLogistics Indicator system?
The ICLEI EcoLogistics Community is the first city network globally committed to a sustainable urban freight future. The Community leads sustainable urban freight development in their cities and drives global actions on the international stage through collaborative exchange, action plans, and stakeholder engagements.
The fifth-largest populated city on the island of Taiwan, Taoyuan is an international transport hub and logistic industry center, home of the 11th busiest airports worldwide by international passenger traffic and the 8th busiest by international freight traffic. ICLEI Member since 2011, Taoyuan now serves as the chair for the first international ICLEI EcoLogistics community.