Ship-Port Interface Guide Features in Ports and Harbors Magazine
The work of the Global Industry Alliance to Support Low Carbon Shipping (Low Carbon GIA) recently featured in the Ports and Harbors Magazine, the official journal of the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH).
Minglee Hoe, Technical Analyst on the GreenVoyage2050 Project, explained how earlier this year the Low Carbon GIA, a public-private partnership established under the IMO-Norway GreenVoyage2050 Project, released its free-access Ship-Port Interface Guide. The guide outlines eight practical measures to support GHG emissions reduction at the ship-port interface.
IAPH is a strategic partner to the GreenVoyage2050 project and together are working on the development of two new workshop packages on sustainable ports and OPS. It is envisaged that these workshop packages will provide some guidance on measures to reduce GHG emissions from ships in ports, and support decision-makers in assessing cost-effectiveness of OPS. Once finalized, the workshop packages will be publicly available, free of charge, on the project website.
A copy of the article can be found here, while IAPH members or those with access can view the full issue here.