A new daily rail service at a UK port will strengthen existing rail operations set up to make cargo transportation more efficient while reducing transit time and emissions.
A Russian port is enhancing its green credentials by adding fully electric, autonomous vehicles to its fleet.
The new low-sulphur bunker oil VLSFO (Very Low Sulphur Fuel Oil with a maximum 0.5% sulphur) has become extremely popular in Europe’s largest bunker port.
A newly launched environmental strategy aims to make a Swedish container terminal fossil-free by 2020.
A German terminal operator aims to become a climate neutral company by 2040.
A new factory for the recycling and re-use of batteries will be built in the Port of Rotterdam.
A British port has been awarded the ESPO Award 2019 in recognition of its successful strategy to reach out to the local community and to directly communicate with the port citizens.
A port authority in Poland has unveiled the biggest infrastructure programme it has ever undertaken, with environmental considerations and green energy at its heart.
A UK port operator is moving closer to an all-electric fleet following its investment in new electric vehicles in line with its commitment to improve air quality.
A Belgium port has announced its largest investment in a decade, focusing on the offshore wind sector in a bid to boost its commitment to renewables.
Port of Sunderland has declared itself ''ready, willing and able to deliver'' after a long-awaited government announcement of investment in Dogger Bank.
UK ports have shared some of the huge range of initiatives they’re leading to combat plastic waste entering rivers and seas to mark the environment day of London International Shipping Week.
A European port has launched a challenge to find the ideal solution for plastic pellet pollution.
A UK port has taken steps to begin addressing the issue of washed up waste.
Constructing a new port is a major infrastructure challenge. But in Stockholm, it is also
an opportunity to address environmental and climate challenges, says Chloé Farand
A Russian port operator aims to improve sustainability and reduce pollution by upgrading its environmental protection equipment and modernising environmental facilities.
A trial rail route between two UK ports is to be made permanent to reduce cargo emissions.
ABP''s Port of Southampton is welcoming more environmentally friendly vessels including the new high efficiency ro-ro vessel from Wallenius Wilhelmsen’s HERO class.
UK ports must seize the vessel hybridisation opportunities presented by the UK Clean Air
Strategy 2019, says Andy Page, Naval Architect and Managing Director at Chartwell Marine
The Port of Milford Haven has switched its energy provider to enable 100% of its electricity usage to come from renewable sources.
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