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Two weeks left to submit your proposal for a presentation! Working with Nature for Climate-Resilient Ports and Waterways Online Workshop Sponsored by: PIANC and Navigating a Changing Climate Likely dates: 14 and/or 15 September 2021 Announcement and request for presentations…
Until more ports take action [to adapt to rising sea levels and other impacts], shippers will have to navigate a port ecosystem where some facilities are preparing for climate change and others are not: that is the conclusion of a…
With regulatory measures on emissions reductions in shipping still being formulated and the debate still open on which fuels to use, the IMO2050 target clock is ticking to reduce global reductions in shipping carbon dioxide emissions by at least 50%…
Following the hugely successful joint NavClimate-SedNet workshop 'Sediment management opportunities to address the climate change challenge' (held as an online event in February 2021), the workshop summary document has now been published on the SedNet website (see https://sednet.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Summary-and-outcomes-NavClimate-SedNet.pdf) This overview…
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