Just-In-Time (JIT) Arrival guide submitted to the IMO as information paper to support IMO resolution that calls on cooperation between ports and shipping on the reduction of GHG emissions from ships
In this final profile ahead of the IAPH World Ports Conference in Guangzhou, the jury have worked through a long list of innovative WPSP initiatives to reach three finalists
Shortlist of eighteen projects by an expert jury panel now available for voting selection to find winners for six awards
The ultimate aim is to reduce NOx, SO2 and PM emissions throughout the port’s nautical and intermodal chains for cargo ships, ferries and cruise ships.
Port Authorities finalise a standard audit tool for worldwide use after consulting key industry players.
IAPH Managing Director praises the World Climate Action Program as “a rallying call” for all ports to adopt the WPSP pillar of Climate and Energy
Following the launch of the World Ports Sustainability Program earlier in March this year, the IAPH working group focussed on the further development of the ESI met in Marseilles in June and agreed to invest in upgrading the current IT system. This includes the current database of registered vessels as well as the online portal itself.