NavClimate News

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

A new publication by the Dutch Environmental Assessment Agency provides useful, and potentially worrying, food for thought for the waterborne transport sector.  The 'Geography of Future Water Challenges' explains and illustrates the global implications of climate change for water-related disasters…
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The European Joint Research Centre has published two studies that identify an unprecedented coastal flood risk unless timely climate change adaptation measures are taken.  The studies highlight that without such measures: - average annual coastal flood damage in Europe could increase…
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A paper in the journal Nature Communications describes a new mathematical model that predicts average global surface air temperature.  For 2018–2022, the probabilistic forecast using this system indicates a warmer than normal period with an associated increased likelihood of intense…
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Some interesting preliminary analysis on the role of climate change in the current European heatwave at https://www.worldweatherattribution.org 
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Navigating a Changing Climate’s work on climate change adaptation has been presented at three major international conferences over the past ten days! First, on June 19th at Adaptation Futures 2018 in Cape Town, South Africa, where Jan Brooke presented the…
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The partners in the Navigating a Changing Climate initiative are preparing a survey to help improve understanding of the costs and other consequences of extreme weather events for ports and inland waterways. The survey is intended to provide information to…
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According to the World Meteorological Organization's April update, April 2018 was the third warmest on record.  Notable developments in long-term climate change indicators, including carbon dioxide levels and sea ice cover, were also noted, and there were several high-impact weather…
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Really important report published by OECD International Transport Forum on role of ports in reducing greenhouse gas emissions from shipping.  See https://www.itf-oecd.org/reducing-shipping-ghg-emissions Essential reading for #NavClimate and everyone involved in https://sustainableworldports.org/about/ 
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Calculating and reporting leads to a decrease in greenhouse gas (GHG) emitted per container despite an increase in total containers handled. VRTO makes an excellent case for business to calculate and report their logistics emissions. After investing in new electrically-powered…
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The World Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP) is an initiative of IAPH as coordinator working with four founding partners: PIANC, AIVP, American Association of Port Authorities and ESPO.  IADC and ICHCA are amongst several other signatories to the Charter. There are…
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