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PLANNING PORTS FOR CHANGING MEAN AND EXTREME WATER LEVELS Change in mean sea level, being a long-term process, is an effect of climate change which will have an influence in coastal areas over this century and potentially beyond. For existing…
Thursday, 06 October 2016 09:10

Recommendations for decreasing air emissions

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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DECREASING AIR EMISSIONS IN PORTS  Case Port of HaminaKotka This report is made as part of the Ecologically Friendly (EFP) project. The study addresses in port related emissions, focusing on emissions from land sources, such as vehicles and…
Working Technical Paper - Transport: Inland Waterways, Ports and Marine Infrastructure in the UK A Climate Change Report Card for Infrastructure   The port and harbour sector is characterised by variety. The activities of each port or harbour determine the nature…
Tuesday, 04 October 2016 16:19

Harbour Masters - Reducing Emissions in Ports

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A clip of the short documentary "The Chain - Awareness and best practices in nautical chain". "The Chain" is an initiative of European Harbour Masters' Committee (EHMC), Regional Committee of International Harbour Master's Association (IHMA).
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