One of the largest Nordic ports has announced that seven shipping companies and a total of 25 ships have signed up for its environmental discount scheme.
A new regulation under which ocean going vessels are required to switch to marine fuels with less than 0.5% sulphur content while at berth in Hong Kong waters is expected to reduce the levels of SO2 and respirable suspended particulates by more than 60%, according to Hong Kong’s Secretary for the Environment, Wong Kam-sing.
The Georgia Aquarium has lost a legal battle to import 18 beluga whales from Russia, a federal judge ruled Monday.
The team behind a new documentary are promising to reveal the city’s best kept secret — the unique and spectacular marine life in Port Phillip Bay.
Some countries have become wary of China’s aspiration to become a maritime power because the means pursued by the Xi Jinping government — as seen in the disputed South China Sea — appear to ignore the legitimate interests of its smaller neighbors, flout existing international norms and pose risks to regional peace and stability.
Global trade enabler DP World Group Chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem spoke at China’s Belt and Road Summit in Hong Kong this week highlighting the need for better international cross-sector connectivity in order to realise the significant trade potential.
Sustainable management of the world’s oceans will be crucial to the world’s development, Indonesia’s president Joko Widodo said today in an address to the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee in London.
Drydocks World celebrated “The World Day for Safety and Health at Work” on 28 April. It is an important event for Drydocks World as it consistently emphasizes the value of occupational safety and health management systems to over 10,000 employees. The event was used a platform to emphasis the Theme for 2016 “Workplace Stress: a collective challenge” to all the stake holders.