Assessing climate risk at ports

In a port or terminal, the main channel directly linked to open sea is most at risk as it is directly affected by tides and adverse weather

First, the bad news, assessing risk within ports and terminals is extremely challenging thanks to multiple factors in play. It’s not just the possibility of accidental pollution but the added risk from natural disasters such as flooding and storms By Weynand Haitjema, Pinkerton regionional managing director, EMEA

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