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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…
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Tuesday, 04 October 2016 15:09

Ship Port Interface for Energy Efficiency

IMO Train the Trainer Course on Energy Efficient Ship Operation Module 5 – Ship Port Interface for Energy Efficiency  PDF can be found here. The aim of this module is to deal with ship-port interface and how ship in-port operation…
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Tuesday, 04 October 2016 13:26

IAPH Toolbox for Port Clean Air Programs

The purpose of this Tool Box is to provide ports, both members and non members of the IAPH, quick access to the tools needed to start the planning process for addressing port-related air quality and climate change issues.  Toolbox PDF…
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#NavClimate spoke to James Trimmer from the Port of London Authority.
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#NavClimate spoke to James Trimmer from the International Maritime Pilots’ Association.
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Friday, 07 October 2016 18:24

Clean Air in Ports Discussion

Hamburg Port Authority video  Discussion Clean Air in Ports  "Corporate Responsibility and Business Challenge" Alexander Porschke, Johan Röstin, Gene Seroka, Christine Loh, Max Boodie
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20% increase in terminal capacity 50% reduction in carbon footprint The EU funded EcoHubs R&D project (Environmentally COherent measures and interventions to debottleneck HUBS of the multimodal network favoured by seamless flow of goods) has successfully delivered a number of…
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Friday, 07 October 2016 17:25

Greencranes - Pilot test in Valencia

Pilot programme of new port equipment including rubber tyre gantry crane retrofitted with low power generators and the first European prototype of an LNG-powered terminal cranes in the Port of Valencia. The European project "Green technologies and eco-efficient alternatives for…
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PortTech Forum: Reducing Oceanside Emissions - Highlights  Following dockside successes of the ports' Clean Air Action Plan, including the TAP Clean Trucks Program, it's time to look at the other side of the pier for trends, opportunities, regulations and incentives…
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Thursday, 06 October 2016 09:10

Recommendations for decreasing air emissions

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…
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