GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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5 Apr 2017
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20 years of EcoPorts: Green your Port, Join EcoPorts

Sotiris Raptis, Senior Policy Advisor for Environment & Safety, EcoPorts Coordinator, cites how EcoPorts network, initiated in 1997 in the year the Kyoto Protocol was signed, has become a successful initiative for ports to raise awareness, exchange information and promote better environmental management. After 20 years, this initiative has transformed into a solid network of around 100 European ports within ESPO.

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Air pollution at our nation’s ports can be reduced now

Ports are the main gateway for global trade and are critical to the U.S. economy. Thousands of diesel-powered vessels, trucks, cranes, and other equipment help transport goods to market. But as they do, they also emit greenhouse gases and other harmful pollutants. People living near ports bear the brunt of this pollution, and they often live in minority or low income communities, explains Chris Grundler, US EPA

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