A French port has been recertified by Ecoports’ Port Environmental Review System (PERS) in recognition of its sustainability efforts.
A major UK port operator is continuing to transform its ports and terminals into low carbon, resilient hubs to help build sustainable supply chains.
Emissions-cutting rail transport will play a major role in the operations of a new transshipment terminal soon to be operational in Sweden.
Seven innovative port-city projects which focus on efficiency are in the running for the 2020 ESPO Award.
Norway is at the forefront of a port automation project which seeks to reduce the environmental impact of waterborne transport, writes Anne-Marie Causer
The only certified climate-neutral container terminal in the world has retained its status as it continues to reduce its carbon emissions.
Two zero-emission battery powered ferries have been ordered by a Norwegian operator that will help the country move further towards sustainable shipping and port operations.
Germany intends to ramp up its focus on green hydrogen as a key way to help decarbonise its marine sector.
The Port of Valencia says it’s at the frontline of investment against climate change committing to produce zero emissions by 2030.
A Dutch port authority has published a request for tenders (RFT) for the provision of a new transport service that will incorporate autonomous vehicles and reduce congestion while improving container handling efficiency.
A consortium is working on making Dutch inland waterway shipping more sustainable in line with Paris Climate Agreement goals.
France’s largest port has secured funding to develop digital solutions for increased efficiency and environmental performance.
New research addressing barriers to shore power in UK ports has proposed a green maritime fund, the removal of shoreside electricity taxes and a goal-based approach to help the industry meet emissions reductions targets.
A new COVID-19 economic recovery plan for the UK proposes a Green Maritime Fund to drive sustainable development and help stimulate growth consistent with net zero aims.
Up to one billion Danish kroner will be invested into new infrastructure facilities at a Danish port to support the wind turbine industry.
The goal of increasing operational efficiency is the reason behind one terminal’s investment in a new terminal operating system.
The Port of Bergen has established a strategy for reducing the environmental impact from cruiseships, writes Susan Parker
A German port management company has reduced C02 emissions by 70% over five years in line with its sustainability strategy.
Three SeaBins have been installed at a UK port to help keep surrounding waters clean and promote a healthy marine ecosystem.
A dredge sludge depot in the Netherlands will be developed into an energy port to play a crucial part in realising wind farms in the North Sea and help meet the needs of Europe''s energy transition.
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