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Here we list 3rd-party events that are not, in any way, linked to the Navigating a Changing Climate Initative or the partners of the Think Climate Coalition, but might be of interest to users of this website.

Port of London Authority: River Thames Boat Trip

A two-and-a-half-hour trip on the Thames, home to one of the UK’s largest ports and busiest inland waterway. Organised as part of London International Shipping Week.

Event Date 13-09-2017 10:00 am
Event End Date 13-09-2017 2:00 pm
Location
Tower Millennium Pier
Lower Thames Street
Tower Millennium Pier

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11th IHMA Congress

We are delighted that the 2018 IHMA Congress will be held in the international maritime centre of London.

This will be the ‘must attend’ event of 2018 for all those with a responsibility for port and marine operations and the industry that supports them.

Event Date 25-06-2018
Event End Date 28-06-2018
Location
Royal Lancaster
Lancaster Terrace, London W2 2TY
Royal Lancaster
World Resources Forum 2019

The World Resources Forum 2019 puts its focus on closing resource loops and circular economy in practice, as a lever to achieve the Agenda 2030 commitments. The challenge we face of a low carbon and circular society is well known. With a view to the post-2020 era, WRF2019 takes stock of solutions and practices taking place in many parts of society to move from a linear and fossil to a circular and low carbon economy. Where are the opportunities, what works, what does not, and why? Thematic ‘Global Sessions’, with inspiring voices from leading experts will set the scene on key topics among which the role of ports is addressed.

Ports are truly fascinating places where economic activity, logistics and services come together. Their century-old role in fostering welfare and trade now enters a completely new era, defined by climate change and the need for sustainable added value alongside new forms of logistics. It is no longer merely about the expansion of central hubs for global trade flows, ports are looking for new approaches vis-à-vis their hinterland, industrial clusters and their spatial conception. This new context, emerging from climate policies and the growing number of initiatives to close material loops, triggers a reflection on the future role of ports.

Event Date 24-02-2019
Event End Date 27-02-2019
Location
Flanders Meeting & Convention Center Antwerp
Koningin Astridplein 20, 2018 Antwerp, Belgium
Flanders Meeting & Convention Center Antwerp