The World Ports Climate Action Program focuses on taking action to combat climate change in the maritime sector
New module to focus on environmental performance of ships at berth for each port call
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
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 to play a key role in supporting ports of member states to facilitate reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from shipping
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
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.
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.