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.
IAPH invites entries from ports worldwide in five project award categories with a special award for ports in developing countries
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.
IAPH to present toolbox and experience of leading ports at next week’s MEPC73 meeting at the IMO
New book “Dredging for Sustainable Infrastructure” to launch at industry conference in November
Port Authorities finalise a standard audit tool for worldwide use after consulting key industry players.
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
Agreement brings all of Port Australia’s member ports on board the IAPH’s WPSP Program in one signature.