A Russian port could see its atmospheric emissions reduced by 90% as part of a USD$25.2m investment.
Delegates will be able to take part in an interactive carbon footprint workshop designed to help save them time and money at this year’s GreenPort Cruise and Congress event.
A UK naval port will benefit from reduced carbon footprint and energy costs following work to install a specialist recycling plant.
A zero-carbon container project is increasing efficiency and reducing maintenance at a European terminal.
Ports could receive infrastructure investment by supporting offshore renewable energy projects.
It has been a couple of years since the European Court of Auditors (ECA) flagged up problems with the development of inland waterways in Europe, Anne-Marie Causer investigates where we are at now.
Thirteen ports are in the running for the ESPO Award 2017 which this year will be awarded for ‘Art and cultural involvement of the port.’
Veolia and Peterson have begun recycling the first offshore structure at their new UK decommissioning facility, in a new lucrative market which could drive further sustainability in the industry.
The Port Authority of Valencia and the Valenciaport Foundation is to pioneer the use of hydrogen and fuel cells in port machinery prototypes by 2020.
Spain’s Port of Vigo has been awarded the only port sector specific environmental management standard, demonstrating its commitment to tackling environmental challenges.
The Port of Rotterdam Authority has said that continued rail investment is crucial in increasing the sustainability of the freight transport sector to serve ports.
A ship facility has opened in Kiel which increases current wastewater reception capability tenfold to as much as 300m3 an hour.
The Port of Rotterdam is banking on the renewables market by creating a new space for an offshore centre for wind energy at sea and the decommissioning of oil and gas platforms.
Five EU ports have achieved PERS environmental certification underlining their commitment to protect the environment.
The Joint Air Quality Unit at the UK''s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has set out its plans to tackle air quality in its ‘Clean Air Zone Framework’ strategy which will include port zones.
The human factor is the focus of the latest safety campaign by The Port of London Authority (PLA), launched at its Annual Stakeholder Forum.
The British Ports Association (BPA) has expressed its concern over the restrictions that designated Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and stricter regulations may place on the growth and business of ports.
The UK’s Port of London Authority (PLA) says that there’s been a positive early uptake of its green discount on port charges.
Bremenports has published its fourth GRI report which shows significant progress in the area of sustainability.
Marseille Fos released its 2016 results which show a total cargo of 81m tonnes and a spike in passenger numbers with 2.7m visitors overall and 1.6m cruise visitors.
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