GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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5 Apr 2017
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Tag: sustainable practices

Corvus Energy’s system selected for new polar expedition vessels

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Corvus Energy announced that it has been selected as the supplier of lithium ion based energy storage systems for two new polar expedition cruise vessels being built for a European expedition cruise operator. Corvus will supply its Orca Energy ESS to provide supplemental energy to the vessels in order to improve performance and reduce operating costs and emissions.

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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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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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Five ways to reduce global warming over the next decade

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The World Economic Forum released a video recommending five ways to decelerate global warming over the next ten years. These five ways include coal use reduction, replacing the ordinary vehicles with electric ones, introducing green buildings, applying low-carbon technology in agriculture and eliminating deforestation.

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Panama Canal sets the direction to green shipping

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In an exclusive interview with GREEN4SEA, Mr. Alexis Rodriguez, Panama Canal’s Environmental Protection Specialist, talks about Canal's Green Route strategy which consists of many initiatives encouraging operators to enhance environmental performance in the industry. Mr Rodriguez says that with the implementation of these green practices, the Panama Canal expects a 20% reduction in CO2 emissions and reveals further projects on the pipeline which will additionally contribute to sustainability and energy efficiency.

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