Recent study jointly developed by the Port of Amsterdam and DNV emphasises important spacial safety considerations when designing zero carbon fuel bunkering infrastructure at city ports
Tag: CO2 emissions
IAPH to take Environmental Ship Index to the next level with support of Green Award Foundation
IAPH signs agreement with Green Award Foundation to administer and expand the popularized formula-based index which rewards vessels for improved energy efficiency and reduced emissions
IAPH becomes a strategic partner on the IMO-Norway GreenVoyage2050 Project
IAPH to play a key role in supporting ports of member states to facilitate reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from shipping
Port call optimization solutions to reduce emissions start gaining industry traction
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
IAPH, several IMO member states and NGOs to submit MEPC resolution encouraging voluntary cooperation between ports and shipping to reduce vessel GHG emissions
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
Roundtable of Port Organisations to pool resources and prioritise efforts on meeting IMO regulations on safety, environment and operations
New Secretary General of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) also joins Roundtable meeting in London to discuss cooperation throughout the entire seaborne supply chain.
WPSP welcomes initiative by seven leading ports to address global warming
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
Environmental Ship Index further expands its user base to 7000 vessels with plan for major upgrade
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.