World – Page 13

  • ReTo Eco-Solutions
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    Waste repurposed for terminal development

    2020-07-24T17:16:00Z

    Waste will be repurposed for a Chinese terminal’s development thanks to an environmentally friendly construction solution.

  • Dunkerque is supporting its stakeholders to get greener Photo: Port of Dunkerque
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    French port focuses on zero emissions

    2020-07-20T12:22:00Z

    A French port has joined forces with a zero emissions coalition in order to help its customers improve their green energy credentials.

  • Inland vessel
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    Inland shipping partnership to cut CO2

    2020-07-20T09:38:00Z

    Two port operators in Germany will form a strategic partnership to promote environmentally friendly inland waterway shipping.

  • Port of Helsinki
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    EU funds shore power and efficiency projects

    2020-07-17T14:43:00Z

    The EU has provided major funding to a Finnish port to enable eco-friendly and efficiency-focused investments including shore power.

  • Port Maputo
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    LNG terminal planned for Mozambique port

    2020-07-16T21:51:00Z

    An LNG import terminal is being planned for operation at a port in Mozambique.

  • Busan Port
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    LNG bunkering JV planned for South Korea

    2020-07-16T14:12:00Z

    Six companies have formed a joint venture committee with the aim of establishing an LNG bunkering joint venture (JV) in South Korea by October.

  • Quebec Port Authority is a founding member of Green Marine Photo: QPA
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    Green cruising in Quebec

    2020-07-16T10:00:00Z

    For almost ten years Quebec Port Authority (QPA) has been guided by chief executive officer Mario Girard. “One of my two objectives from the beginning was for the port to become leader in the world in sustainability,” he tells Susan Parker

  • ACT made some big sustainability gains in 2019 Photo: APM Terminals
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    Jordan focuses on sustainability efforts

    2020-07-14T12:14:00Z

    Jordan’s only container port has released its ninth annual sustainability report revealing its continued sustainability efforts to get more eco-friendly.

  • Norfolk International Terminals
    News

    US cash injection to green port operations

    2020-07-14T12:00:00Z

    US ports are investing in zero-emission projects following a massive cash injection from the Volkswagen Environmental Mitigation Trust.

  • The keel has been laid for a game changing electric tug Photo: Damen
    News

    Electric tug building milestone

    2020-07-13T10:44:00Z

    The keel has been laid for a first of kind electric tug which will help one New Zealand port achieve its goal of zero emissions operation by 2040.

  • waterside debris
    News

    Stepping up to eliminate single-use plastic

    2020-07-10T13:08:00Z

    An Australian port corporation has joined the fight to eliminate plastic waste by pledging to become plastic free by 2025.

  • Port of Seville
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    Sediment dumps used as bird habitat

    2020-07-10T11:08:00Z

    A port in Spain is the first in the country to bring together the management of sediments from maintenance dredging with the creation of a habitat that favours the diversity of aquatic birds.

  • Shorebirds at Ash Island, where the Port of Newcastle took part in an environmental rehabilitation project
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    Breaking new ground in eco certification

    2020-07-07T10:06:00Z

    An Australian port has broken new ground in Australia and New Zealand by becoming the first port in the region to be certified by EcoPorts, the global environmental and sustainability standard for the ports sector, writes Dave MacIntyre

  • Port of Dunkirk container terminal
    News

    French port awarded PERS certification

    2020-07-06T23:28:00Z

    A French port has been recertified by Ecoports’ Port Environmental Review System (PERS) in recognition of its sustainability efforts.

  • ABP annual review
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    Sustainability efforts see renewable projects

    2020-07-06T18:05:00Z

    A major UK port operator is continuing to transform its ports and terminals into low carbon, resilient hubs to help build sustainable supply chains.

  • Health personnel extracting nose samples from a KPA employee during a Covid-19 testing exercise at the port of Mombasa Photo: KPA
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    Covid-19 impacts port operations

    2020-07-06T10:05:00Z

    The unforeseen outbreak of the deadly Covid-19 has impacted many port operations across Africa with East Africa’s biggest Port of Mombasa being described as a ‘hotspot’ for transmission of the virus, writes Shem Oirere

  • Port of Newcastle
    News

    Australian port pursues UN SDGs

    2020-07-03T15:35:00Z

    An Australian port is amongst a group of institutions that have united to advocate for and drive local adoption of the United Nations’ (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

  • Svea transshipment terminal
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    Rail operations help green new terminal

    2020-07-03T13:42:00Z

    Emissions-cutting rail transport will play a major role in the operations of a new transshipment terminal soon to be operational in Sweden.

  • Brunei LNG plant
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    Tugs to aid contract for Brunei LNG plant

    2020-07-02T18:25:00Z

    A new partnership involving the supply of newbuild tugs will help fulfill a LNG terminal support contract to provide marine services for a major LNG plant in Brunei.

  • Port of Singapore
    News

    Decarbonisation advisory panel launches

    2020-07-02T17:05:00Z

    An International Advisory Panel on Maritime Decarbonisation (IAP) has been established to develop a strategy to support the industry in achieving decarbonisation.