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+   +   +   +  SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 30 JUNE 2020 +   +   +   + The European Federation of Inland Ports and thinkport VIENNA have extended the deadline to answer the Open Innovation Challenge. With your idea we will achieve…
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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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Report on global sustainability activities in ports has been published as next major deliverable of the World Ports Sustainability Program Antwerp, 4 May 2020 Guided by the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, the World Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP) led by…
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Upcoming reports will deep dive into regional results, commencing with Europe next week Of the seventy six ports surveyed across the globe in this week’s WPSP Port Economic Impact Barometer Report, the majority report a relatively stable situation compared to…
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Sea-locked Small Island States rely on well-functioning and reliable transport systems, and therefore face particular challenges when it comes to climate change.  It was thus a privilege for Jan Brooke representing @PIANC1 and #NavClimate to take part in the breakout…
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Support to include regularly-updated, frequently-asked questions section vetted by experts from eight global ports, a weekly port economic impact barometer and latest industry updates   2 April 2020 In response to requests from members of the International Association of Ports…
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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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Project Officer to the International Harbour Masters’ Association, Captain Ben van Scherpenzeel, will represent the Association at the Port Symposium “A holistic approach to standards for port operational data in maritime supply chains”, to be held 30 April 2020 at…
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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 new publication from UNCTAD entitled 'Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation for Coastal Transport Infrastructure: A Compilation of Policies and Practices' is now available for download from https://unctad.org/en/pages/PublicationWebflyer.aspx?publicationid=2631.  This important new compilation recognises the strategic role of ports and of…
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