GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

7 Mar 2018
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

7 Mar 2018
Learn More

2017 GREEN4SEA Conference – Highlights

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The 2017 GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards successfully concluded on April 5th, in Eugenides Foundation, Athens attracting 800 delegates from 18 countries representing a total of 370 organizations.

Six panels of twenty-four global experts focused on the environmental regulatory developments concerning the shipping industry, especially regarding the 0.5% Global Sulphur Cap, shipping emissions MRV and BWMC implementation.

The event organized by GREEN4SEA and sponsored by DuPont, ERMA FIRST ESK Engineering, Wärtsilä as the lead sponsors and SKAI in the media for the event coverage. Other sponsors included:  ABB, ABS, Alfa Laval, American P&I Club, Arcadia Shipmanagement, Bluesoul,  Bureau Veritas, Consolidated Marine Management, DNV GL, Dorian LPG, Ecospray Technologies, EPE, Lloyd’s Register, MacGregor, OCEANKING, OceanSaver, PwC, RightShip, RISK4SEA, SQE MARINE, UK P&I Club and Verifavia Shipping.

The inaugural presentation of the 2017 GREEN4SEA Awards  took place one night before the 2017 GREEN4SEA Conference, on April 4th at the Yacht Club of Greece. The GREEN4SEA Awards were awarded to organizations that demonstrated outstanding performance within the scope of fostering Environmental Excellence & Sustainable Shipping following an open nomination process.

Explore more at event’s dedicated webpage https://www.green4sea.com/forum/green4sea-forum-2017/

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