NavClimate News

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

Thursday, 01 December 2016 11:41

Carbon War Room launches data emissions tool

Article in The Marine Professional about BetterFleet, a free-to-access ship operational efficiency portal has been launched on website ShippingEffieincy.org by NGO Carbon War Room, vessel tracking provider exactEarth and UMAS (partnership between the University College London (UCL) Energy Institute and MATRANS). Read Carbon War…
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A global declaration urging world leaders to pay increased attention to climate change adaptation for transport will be presented at COP22 in Marrakech on November 17th. The COP22 Declaration on Accelerated Action on Adaptation in Transport will be introduced at…
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Thursday, 10 November 2016 12:13

News from COP22

The 22nd meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change is well underway in Marrakech, Morocco, with plenty of attention to transport mitigation and adaptation, including waterborne transport infrastructure. Navigating a Changing Climate…
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Wednesday, 26 October 2016 09:22

Unleashing the Potential of Ferries

The European Union has published a draft report about an investigation into the potential benefits of waterborne transport. DRAFT REPORT on unleashing the potential of ferries in coastal areas and inland waterways: a contribution to multimodal passenger transport
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Tuesday, 25 October 2016 15:21

#NavClimate Interview: Quebec Port Authority

#NavClimate spoke to Yoss Leclerc from the Quebec Port Authority.
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#NavClimate spoke to Simona Duke from the North Queesland Bulk Ports Corporation.
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Article in the Marine Professional magazine about the potential for a waste heat recovery system from The Harris Pye Engineering Group. Emission reduction through waste heat recovery
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The UK newspaper The Guardian cites research by Princeton University, USA, in reporting that Hurricane Sandy-level flooding is "rising so sharply it could become normal". An analysis of past storms and models of future events as the planet warms has…
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#NavClimate spoke to Anika Beiersdorf from the Hamburg Port Authority.
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A PIANC seminar and workshop (co-promoted by CEDA) in March 2016 about climate change adaptation for ports and navigation infrastructure.  Recorded presentations are available online from the following links;  Introduction  Future-proofing ports and shipping  Climate change adaptation: engaging stakeholders and…
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