Australia Post is in the process of replacing its delivery motorbikes, vans and trucks with electric vehicles (Australia Post 2019). It is deploying electric bikes and three wheeled electric delivery vehicles (eDVs) to reduce its last-mile emissions, which are those incurred in the last stage of delivery from postal distribution hubs to the customer. The organisation has also trialled electric vans and rigid trucks. It plans to grow its fleet of electric bikes and eDVs to 5,980 within three years and, once this transition is complete, will operate Australia’s largest electric vehicle fleet. Australia Post is also working with its suppliers to reduce scope 3 emissions. For example, the organisation has asked Linfox, a supplier of freight services, to replace air and road freight with rail, a less emissions intensive transport mode (Potter 2018).