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The air transportation industry is responsible for a significant amount of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions each year. Immediately before the COVID-19 crisis, the industry emitted approximately 3% of annual global GHG emissions - with that footprint projected to grow. It…
Assessing Resilience: Case Studies and a Path Forward for the Marine and Inland Waterborne Transportation System As new challenges unfold, it is becoming even more important that those who manage, own, and operate our global marine and inland waterborne transportation…
For those with interests in Europe, the Naiades III Action Plan on Inland Navigation was adopted today.   According to the Communication published at https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?uri=COM%3A2021%3A324%3AFIN&qid=1624553618712, the fundamental transformation of European transport systems towards zero-emission mobility requires an integrated multimodal approach…
Climate change impacts on seaports: A growing threat Seaports are critical for global trade and sustainable development. They provide access to global markets and supply-chains for all countries, and are integral to maritime transport, as well as fisheries, offshore energy…
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