The training centre strives to be a global go-to training centre for port professionals. It offers short-term seminars covering topics from port and terminal management to very specific and technical subjects.
Vessel incentive programs and environmental infrastructure are a true case of “the value of the whole being greater than the sum of the parts”. By working together, these opportunities can effect greater change than by continuing to work in relative isolation.
The ESPO Green Guide defines the sector’s vision on environmental governance and establishes a structured approach that European ports subscribe to while tackling their environmental liabilities.
In 2017, the European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) launched its Code of Good Practices for Cruise and Ferry Ports. The code formulates a series of good practices to face the main challenges of European cruise and ferry ports.
The aim of EcoPorts is to increase awareness about environmental challenges, deliver compliance with legislation and to demonstrate a high standard of environmental management.