Green Ports - Environmental aspects of Ports/Terminals, Shipping, Transportation and Logistics

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Governments and legislators around the world view ports and terminal as critical infrastructure assets. Their ability to ‘go green’ by reducing their carbon footprint, and by being more sensitive to environmental considerations, is vital to future success. GreenPort provides business information on environmental best practice and corporate responsibility centred around marine ports and terminals, including shipping, transport and logistics.

The GreenPort business news and series of Congress events is for environmental managers from Ports and Terminals who need to discuss and learn about the latest issues in sustainable environmental practice, and how to implement them, effectively and economically.


GreenPort editorial provides analysis of the latest trends and opinions, offering case studies, interviews and project based features. GreenPort is available as the quarterly magazine, weekly e-Newsletter and online. The audience is made up of owners, operators, environmental officers, suppliers, customers, other stakeholders, regulators and policy makers. 

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The GreenPort suppliers directory is consulted by purchasers working to improve environmental best practice and corporate responsibility in the port industry.


Every year, the GreenPort Congress, incorporating the 3rd GreenPort Cruise, builds on themes started at previous events, which are aimed at reducing emissions and implementing more sustainable work practices. The emphasis of the Congress will be on highlighting innovation in equipment and technology whilst illustrating practical solutions through case studies.

The 9th GreenPort Congress, 7-9 October 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark

The 3rd GreenPort Cruise, 6 October 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark

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