“Power-to-Gas Jupiter 1000”, “LOOP-Ports” and “Carbon Neutral 2035” projects all offer inspiring examples for ports seeking practical steps towards energy transition
Candidates submitted to jury for scrutiny in six categories representing all five areas of interest of the World Ports Sustainability Program
Winners to be announced at the #IAPH2020 World Ports Conference Gala Dinner in Antwerp on Wednesday 18th March
IAPH working groups on the Environmental Ship Index and Clean Marine Fuels met this week in Japan to discuss new stages for their respective solutions
IAPH commits to support key Zero Emissions initiative at UN Climate Action Summit and endorses Ocean Sustainable Principles of the UN Global Compact
At International Association of Ports and Harbors 2019 World Ports Conference opening, IMO Secretary General Kitack Lim commends IAPH’s commitment to working with IMO members on addressing UN Sustainable Development Goal 13 – Climate Action
Survey will support investment decision-making on future-proof port and navigation infrastructure, by providing aggregate, opportunity cost data on the financial and operational impacts of extreme weather events.
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