IAPH rebrands and launches a new, content-rich website
In partnership with APEC and UNCTAD/TrainforTrade, first live game sessions held with port managers from Europe, Middle East, Africa and South America, with additional games foreseen with Sustenuto.
The new IAPH President Subramaniam Karuppiah makes his case to shipping : “building infrastructure is more complex, takes longer and is much more costly than building a new ship.”
Online course with readings, recorded content and live sessions aimed at professionals working in the world’s port communities
Focus on energy transition, data collaboration and resilience to be implemented by IAPH Policy & Strategy unit and administered by Finance & Administration unit
IAPH to play a key role in supporting ports of member states to facilitate reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from shipping
Entries accepted between now and 31st March 2021 with simple online submission
Report on global sustainability activities in ports has been published as next major deliverable of the World Ports Sustainability Program
New WPSP Weekly Port Economic Impact Barometer reports steady overall port cargo volumes last week with some dips, and significantly reduced passenger and cruise vessel calls. Dockworker availability has been impacted but not hampering operations, while majority of non-essential port personnel are teleworking from home.