The Gothenburg Port Authority says that for the first time this year it will become a climate neutral company. It has reduced emissions to a minimum by investing in solar panels, biogas, district heating and other initiatives.
The Port of Barcelona is organising a seminar to take place this month that will look at the impact of future Sulphur Emission Control Area (SECA) regulations on southern European ports.
After a successful first day, the second day of the GreenPort Congress kicked off with a focus on port-city relationships moderated by Professor Daniel Moon of the World Maritime University.
For the first time this year GreenPort Live provided instant coverage of the first day of the GreenPort Congress 2015 enabling all those in the industry to share knowledge about putting green practice into place.
The second day of the live blog kicks off from the GreenPort Congress exhibition in Copenhagen on 7 October so be sure you don''t miss out on the action.
The first day of the live blog kicks off from the GreenPort Cruise exhibition taking place in Copenhagen on 6 October 2015 so make sure you don''t miss any of the action.
A new section, ‘Port of the Future’, has been added to the European Commission’s final draft Horizon 2020 Transport Work Programme 2016/2017 meaning that future calls will have a specific sub-session dedicated to ports.
The Port of Copenhagen Malmö (CMP) has been named ‘Port of the Month’ this September by the European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) for its unique cross-border alliance and ‘green’ plans for the future.
Environmental professionals from maritime ports and terminals will meet in Copenhagen next week to discuss the latest practical solutions to environmental and sustainability issues at the 2015 Greenport Congress.
Welcome to the live blog from GreenPort Congress & Cruise 2015, offering up-to-the-minute coverage from this year''s event, held on 6-9 October in Copenhagen.
Don’t miss the live blog from the GreenPort Congress and Cruise exhibition which will take place in Copenhagen from 6 to 9 October 2015.
This year’s Port of Kiel prize for sustainability has gone to Niclas Mårtensson, the chief operating officer (COO) of the Stena Line Group.
Envisan, the environmental subsidiary of Jan De Nul Group, has inaugurated its Eco-Materials Production Centre – the first of its kind in the Mediterranean.
Italy-based StormwaterItalia is gearing up for this year’s GreenPort Congress where it will discuss the growing problem of pollution from stormwater and the treatment and management of water quality and spillage.
Venice Port Authority has released the tender notice to draft its new masterplan, which will set the basis for the developing a sustainable "port of tomorrow" through mid and long term (2030-2050) strategic objectives.
The programme for this year’s GreenPort Congress hosted by Copenhagen Malmo Port from 7 to 9 October, will centre on greening the role of ports in the logistics chain.
The UK’s Poole Harbour Commissioners (PHC) is making progress on the Port of Poole Master Plan to modernise the commercial port infrastructure following environmental assessments.
France’s HAROPA Ports has won a best green seaport award voted for by 18,000 Asian shipping and logistics professionals which it says demonstrates the environmental commitment of the ports of the river Seine corridor.
Spain’s Port of Vigo has received ESPO’s EcoPorts certification for the second time running in recognition of its role as a forerunner in environmental management systems.
A new £100m biomass terminal planned for the Port of Liverpool will see it handle up to three million tonnes of wood pellets a year as part of the decarbonisation of the nearby Drax power station, boosting handling at the port.
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