The 2022 GreenPort Oceania Live in association with Port of Newcastle, will be streamed on Monday 14th November 2022 from 12:00-13:00 AEDT.
The session features an expert panel discussing ‘The Risks of Climate Change for Ports in the Maritime Sector. Topics discussed at this GreenPort Oceania Live will be followed at the inaugural in-person conference in Newcastle from 15th -17th February 2023.
Sign up today and don’t miss this valuable opportunity to learn and engage with our panel of experts discussing ‘the risks of climate change within the port sector including technical implications, economic implications and traditional risk & opportunities in relation to mainstream ports and low-lying Pacific Island Nations.
This sessions intent is to initiate thought and open up the question around the potential risks and opportunities associated with climate change with a follow up at the in-person event on response and mitigation to address those risk and opportunities.
The panel has been composed to provide an overview of the risks faced with Port of Newcastle at one end of the spectrum where it is the transitional risk that is most imminent to the organisation and then low-lying Pacific Island Nations where physical risk is more prominent.
This session will be moderated by GreenPort Australian representative Jackie Spiteri, Founder and Managing Director Sustainable ESG, Board Member PIANC ANZ, EcoPorts ECOSLC Sustainability Expert, GreenPort Oceania Representative
Our panel of experts include:
Learn from our experts as they discuss ‘The Risks of Climate Change in the Maritime Sector’ including technical implications, economic implications and traditional risk & opportunities in relation to a mainstream port and low-lying Pacific Island Nations.