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Tag: green practices

More vessels are now connected to Oakland’s shore power grid

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The port of Oakland has extended its high-voltage cable system to boost access of vessels to shore power grid. Now the port offers a 200-foot cable-on-reel, bolstering efforts to curb diesel emissions from ships.  The Port said the breakthrough will accelerate the program that has helped cut emissions 76 percent in Oakland since 2009.

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Project underway for Thames air quality strategy

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The Port of London Authority is working with the Mayor of London and Transport for London on new research to help it develop an Air Quality Strategy for the tidal Thames. The project involves shore side power, emissions from vessels during trips and an inventory of all emissions from vessels on the river. 

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MEPC71: Good news for the environment?

Oscar Wezenbeek, Managing Director Marine Coatings at AkzoNobel International Paints, comments on MEPC71 decisions and suggests ways to move on with the decarbonisation strategy.  He talks about the challenges that the coatings industry face, highlighting the importance of practical solutions for sustainability, ahead of regulation. 

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Panama Canal reveals new initiatives towards greener shipping

In an exclusive interview with GREEN4SEA, Mr. Alexis Rodriguez, Panama Canal’s Environmental Protection Specialist, discussed the Canal’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint. After one year of operation, the Expanded Canal contributed to a reduction of more than 17 million tons of CO2, however, this is only the beginning. Mr. Rodriguez said that the Canal has in store various environmental sustainability and renewable energy initiatives which reinforce that the Panama Canal is a unique ‘Green Route’ for the worldwide trade.

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California port earns green certification

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The Port of Hueneme became California’s first port to have earned a complete Green Marine Certification, for its clean practices and environmental sustainability. The program assists ports in reducing their environmental footprint, using 11 performance indicators, including air emissions, prevention of spills, community impacts, and environmental leadership.

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San Pedro Bay ports announce zero emissions goals

The mayors of Long Beach and Los Angeles ports have signed a joint declaration setting ambitious goals for the ports to make the transition to zero emissions in their Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP). They reaffirmed their commitment to adopting the Paris Climate Agreement goals in their cities, and highlighted the two ports’ critical role in achieving them.

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Environmental balance sheet: an alternative option for EU

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Poul Woodall, DFDS, suggests an alternative way for EU to allocate funds to projects, such as TEN-T and CEF, based on assessment of their environmental performance rather than their financial expenditure. Mr Woodall calls it 'environmental balance sheet' and supports that it could be a major incentive for the partners of these projects to make them more efficient and valuable to society.

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