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The World Ports Sustainability Program was set up in 2018 by the International Association of Ports and Harbors to promote leadership of ports worldwide in achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The programme provides a platform for international collaboration on five themes: 1) resilient infrastructure, 2) climate and energy, 3) safety and security, 4) community outreach and port-city dialogue and 5) governance and ethics.
The role of operational simulation in climate resilience planning - a case study at the Port of Tyne, UK
How are ports meeting the storage and supply challenges of supplying a multi-fuel marine market for 2020 and beyond?
Ports can play a key role in the green maritime transition in several ways. To be a provider of incentives for investing in green technologies onboard ships, is one area with a large potential.
The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate that differentiated port fees based on environmental performance can positively impact a shipowner’s investment decision for environmentally friendly technology.