Managing the energy transition amid economic turbulence

The event’s sustainability workshop was specifically designed to encourage and facilitate input from the wealth of know-how from delegates

Source: MML

A turbulent economic and political climate has made green investments more challenging but also more urgent.

While the Covid pandemic, the Ukraine invasion and global inflation have put pressure on operations and investment plans, the need to decarbonise both port activities and maritime trade is becoming increasingly urgent.

Confronting these challenges through greater collaboration was the key theme at GreenPort Congress and Cruise 2022, held in Bruges in October.

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