Paul Martin, Director of Maritime, AqualisBraemar LOC will be presenting on day 2 GreenPort Congress, 19th October in Session 5 - Monitoring - How ports can monitor their environmental impacts on ‘How ports can monitor their emissions – Shoreham (UK), a case study.’
Calculating and tracking emissions of Greenhouse Gases and Pollutants in a port, is a time consuming, but worthwhile exercise. The data collected can be used to inform capital expenditure decisions, through the lens of a port’s Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance. Tracking emissions using an online portal, can make the task significantly easier.
Paul Martin is a Master Mariner and holds a post graduate diploma in Maritime Energy from the World Maritime University. He is currently the Managing Director of Maritime (Europe and W.Africa), at ABL, and although he is mainly engaged in maritime casualties on behalf of insurers and lawyers, he has overseen and driven the creation of an online portal that allows ports to calculate and track their emissions.
Join GreenPort 2022 hosted by Port of Antwerp-Bruges for a 3-day event focussing on Green Solutions for Sustainable Ports by 2030 and learn how ports can monitor their emissions. The conference is taking place on 18-20 October 2022.
Delegate places can be booked here and for the combined event include the following:
- Choice of conference streams including GreenPort Cruise on day 1
- Two-day conference attendance at GreenPort Congress
- Full documentation in electronic format
- Lunch and refreshments throughout
- Place at the Welcome Reception – 17th October
- Place at the Gala Dinner – 18th October
- Place at the Port Tour – 20th October