GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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Sustainability

NORDEN publishes CSR report for 2016

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NORDEN issued its Corporate Social Responsibility report for 2016, earlier this month. The CSR report presents an overview of NORDEN’s CSR direction, performance and achievements during 2016, including the fields of assistance, reliability and anti-corruption.

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Port of Amsterdam accelerates energy transition

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The Port of Amsterdam has announced that is contributing to the growing momentum behind the energy transition. As well as accommodating activities that help boost the sustainable and circular economies and creating more physical space, the Port is also investing in new cargo flows and industry.

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Hamburg Süd, Electrolux promote green shipping in Chile

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Hamburg Süd announced that cooperated with its Swedish customer Electrolux to launch a joint pilot project, in order to reduce sulfur dioxide emissions in the Port of Iquique in Chile. Thanks to switching to lower sulfur content of MGO, around 95 percent of sulfur dioxide emissions will be saved for the Electrolux cargo, in this port of call.

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Portopia: Port Authorities’ objectives

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Portopia issued a report regarding European Port Authorities' objectives, where it detects three different answers on how port authorities would best describe themselves and presents their economic and non-economic goals. These goals aim in retaining a balance between the economic, social and environmental effects of the port activities.

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Shell utilized position statements of MMOA

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Shell has partnered with the Marine Mammal Observer Association (MMOA), a partner of the IMarEST, for their Balkanide 3D seismic survey project and has adopted the MMOA position statements and best-practice guide for contracting suitably qualified Marine Mammal Observers and Passive Acoustic Monitoring Operators.

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EU, Indonesia strengthen cooperation for ocean protection

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The European Union announced that is forging ever stronger green and blue links to Indonesia, the largest archipelagic country in the world, as both recognize that the success of the 'blue', sustainable ocean economy depends on keeping oceans healthy. EU is taking the lead to protect oceans and improve ocean governance around the globe and, on this context, they are to host the fourth "Our Ocean" conference in October 2017.

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IMO supports sustainable use of the oceans

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IMO announced that preparations are underway in New York ahead of June’s UN Oceans Conference, which is focused on achieving UN Sustainable Development Goal 14: ‘Life Below Water’. As an estimated 40% of the world’s oceans are being badly affected by unsustainable practices, Goal 14 aims to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development.

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