Lam sets course for green and smart ports

Hong Kong will bild green and smart ports to further enhance its status as an international maritime center, Secretary for Transport and Logistics Lam Sai-hung said.

IAPH and International Chamber of Shipping bring clean energy mariine hubs to COP28

At the recent COP28 Shaping the Future of Shipping summit organised by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) in Dubai on 10 December with over 300 maritime industry CEOs, government ministers and NGOs present, IAPH President and Hamburg Port Authority CEO Jens Meier called on ports to actively collaborate with each other on knowledge sharing between themselves and the maritime community to accelerate decarbonisation.

Singapore, Los Angeles, Long Beach ports unveil green, digital shipping corridor partnership strategy

Today, at the 28th United Nations climate Change Conference, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach unveiled a Partnership Strategy for a green and digital shipping corridor across the Pacific Ocean.

Alternative Fuels A.P. Møller-Maersk plans to build green bunker fuel infrastructure in Southeast Asia

Maersk said it was working closely with authorities to explore opportunities in building green bunker fuel infrastructure as part of USD 500 million investments in Southeast Asia to support its future fleet.

EU ports fret they will lose business because of CO2 tax

As often happens when bureaucracies impose their ideas on industries without really understanding the implications, an interesting situation is developing in Europe, or to be more precise within the European Union (EU).

Training seafarers for a decarbonized future

A new training project will prepare seafarers for zero or near-zero emission ships, helping the global shipping industry decarbonize and ensure a just transition for seafarers.

White paper on Environmental Ship Index published

IAPH launched this week a dedicated white paper on the Environmental Ship Index (ESI), citing testimonials from world ports on how to use the index to facilitate vessel emissions reductions

IRENA and DP World Join Forces to Advance Decarbonisation Solutions for Ports and Maritime Logistics

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has signed a collaboration agreement with DP World, a UAE-based global supply chain solutions company

Ellesmere Port: Green shipping hub for vehicle plant opens

A new £10m shipping connection which aims to reduce carbon emissions in the supply chain for a major vehicle plant in Cheshire has opened.

‘Green’ discounts for cargo ships at port

Commercial vessels calling at Mormugao Port will be offered an incentive if they not only adhere but enhance compliance with environment friendly norms, particularly ships that use efficient engines and which emit less emissions.