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Green vehicle routing is a branch of green logistics which refers to vehicle routing problems where externalities of using vehicles, such as carbon dioxide-equivalents emissions, are explicitly taken into account so that they are reduced through better planning. This chapter presents an overview of some of the recent developments in the area, including the description of some vehicle emission models and their applications in road freight transportation.
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