GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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Sustainability

Hydrography boosts the sustainable use of the oceans

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New generations of ships with exceptionally deep draughts, new ports and coastal zone management plans are being developed due to changing trade patterns. This, coupled with the global mandate to protect the marine environment all combine to emphasise the importance of maintaining hydrographic services and products.

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More and more makers focus on Asia’s electric vessel prosperity

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China is already ranked as the world’s single largest electric vehicle market, and the greater Asia Pacific region is forecast to be the world’s fastest growing market for electric vehicles by 2022. Therefore, the finnish manufacturer of heavy duty electric drivetrains, Visedo, has announced that is focused on hastening the transition to hybrid and electric vehicles in order to reduce marine pollution across the Asia Pacific region.

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Actions for sustainable blue economy in Med

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The European Commission launches a new initiative for the sustainable development of the blue economy in the Western Mediterranean region. This initiative will allow EU and neighboring countries to work together to increase maritime safety, promote sustainable blue growth and preserve ecosystems and biodiversity.

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Shipping is turning the world’s 2030 agenda into action

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Bjørn Kjærand Haugland, EVP & Chief Sustainability Officer of DNV GL presented the company's new report, named “Sustainable Development Goals: Exploring Maritime Opportunities” for the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association, exploring the potential for the shipping industry to contribute to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

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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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