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The latest news about the activities of the Navigating a Changing Climate Initiative.

NavClimate supporter Ports Australia’s has published a new Port Sustainability Strategy Development Guide with the intention to provide a strategic and robust approach to sustainability planning for ports. The plan is adaptable for ports to tackle the challenges unique to…
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Inland waterway transport is vulnerable to climate change because river navigation depends on precipitation and water levels for its operations.  There have been low and high water periods over the last 200 years and this will continue to occur in the…
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Monday, 22 June 2020 17:53

COVID-19 and climate change

COVID-19 or climate change?* Take a look at the list below ... Could it be that the bullet points represent some of the lessons the ports and navigation sector has already learned from the current COVID-19 crisis? Maximise operational resilience;…
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Resilience refers to the capacity to anticipate and plan for disruptions, resist loss in operations and/or absorb their impacts, rapidly recover afterwards, and adapt to changing conditions and constraints. The properties of resilient systems are not new, but in the…
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Ministers responsible for waterborne transport policy in the EU have welcomed the European Commission’s Communication on the European Green Deal and, in this context have agreed to work towards a carbon-neutral and zero pollution waterborne transport sector.  #NavClimate Supporter organisation the…
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Friday, 13 March 2020 18:37

#NavClimate March 2020 Newsletter issued

The March 2020 Newsletter of the #NavClimate partners is now available to download below.  This Newsletter discusses the early planning for COP26 in Glasgow; introduces the NavClimate events that are planned for later this year; and provides an update on…
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An exciting announcement from #NavClimate supporter EFIP: a Challenge to gather ideas on how European inland ports, in their role as multimodal transport hubs, can contribute to achieve the European climate targets. According to the thinkport VIENNA website, "Europe has set…
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A reminder that the call for abstracts is now open for the Navigating a Changing Climate 'conference-within-a-conference' at COPEDEC in The Philippines, in November 2020. Find out more about COPEDEC at https://www.pianc-copedec2020.org/ and see the call for papers at https://navclimate.pianc.org/about/navclimate-news/call-for-abstracts-navigating-a-changing-climate-conference-at-copedec…
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On January 9th 2020 PIANC launched its technical guidance on climate change adaptation planning. Ports and waterways around the world are already experiencing air and water temperature increases, rising sea levels, and changes in parameters such as seasonal precipitation, wind…
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Navigating a Changing Climate at COPEDEC On Thursday 19th and Friday 20th November 2020, the Navigating a Changing Climate partners will organise a two-day conference as part of the 10th International Conference on Coastal and Port Engineering in Developing Countries (COPEDEC) to…
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