Rhona Macdonald to focus on IAPH’s policy and project work with IMO in London; Sisangile Nduna to work on port barometer metrics and World Ports Sustainability Program governance agenda
IAPH looks towards its Environmental Ship Index and Clean Marine Fuels Working Group to support recent proposals put forward at MEPC 75
IAPH to play a key role in supporting ports of member states to facilitate reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from shipping
Confidential survey of world ports initiated by IAPH to gauge how far processes have been digitalized
ICS and IAPH join forces to call on G20 leaders to act quickly to protect global supply chains from the impact of COVID-19
IMO Secretary General Kitack Lim to address attendees of the IAPH 2020 World Ports Conference
IAPH to present toolbox and experience of leading ports at next week’s MEPC73 meeting at the IMO
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.