The Port Authority of Valencia has joined the World Ports Climate Action Program (WPSP) to add its weight to the sector’s commitment to decarbonisation.
A construction contract has been awarded for the Right Bank sub-project of the Oosterweel Link in Antwerp that will help ease port truck congestion and make European logistics greener.
The French port of Le Havre is forging ahead with its strategy to develop its bulk traffic in a responsible and sustainable manner.
Five Swedish energy companies have joined forces to discover the smartest way to transport up to two million tonnes of captured carbon dioxide annually from facility to quayside.
The Port of Bergen is planning a new cargo port with a focus on innovative and environmentally friendly solutions.
One UK port’s ambitious carbon reduction plan has been approved to enable it to press forward with plans to become the first net carbon neutral UK port by 2030.
Environmental responsibility at two German ports has been recognised with certification by Lloyds Register in accordance with the PERS (Port Environmental Review System) management standard.
The French port HAROPA has won a press award for its industry leading approach to environmental policy.
Two ports have walked away with some top awards at this year’s UK Maritime Awards demonstrating their ability for clean energy enterprise in the UK.
The spanish Port of Algeciras has won the ESPO Award 2020 in recognition of its successful strategy to attract innovation and local start-ups.
The UK’s Port of Tyne has announced a GB£1m investment that will help combat dust emissions.
An emergency oil spill exercise has successfully been carried out by a UK body to test its capability and processes in the event of a tier 2 hydrocarbon spill.
One Spanish port has reduced its CO2 emissions by 20% and becomes the first port in the world to achieve a key emissions award.
The European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) has congratulated the Port of Valencia for successfully renewing the EcoPorts’ environmental management standard (PERS), the sixth such time for Valencia.
Associated British Ports (ABP) has won the prestigious ‘Environment’ category at the 2020 Heavy Lift Awards, recognising its investments in sustainability within the day-to-day running of operations and the long-term strategy of the organisation.
Ports are gearing up to take advantage of the UK’s plans for green growth and Great Yarmouth is no exception.
A Spanish port has successfully renewed its EcoPorts environmental management standard (PERS) certification.
A French port has established a local service for the treatment of scrubber residues to align with the IMO sulphur cap.
A project to relocate insect habitats is being undertaken as part of a new UK port development in a bid to reduce its ecological impact.
A new weekly rail shuttle service has commenced, providing Oslo and Norway with a rapid, dependable and climate-smart link to the largest port in Scandinavia.
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