The Green Marine team is already enthusiastically planning its 10th annual conference! This yearly gathering has become a must for everyone involved or interested in maritime transportation and its greater sustainability through greener technologies, innovation and best practices. GreenTech 2017 will be held at the Hyatt Pier Sixty Six Hotel, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, from Tuesday, May 30th to Thursday, June 1st.
Green Marine’s call for speakers is now closed. We are reviewing all proposals for presentations in hope of putting together the best program for all marine transportation community members focusing on real-life experiences, case studies and/or leading edge research that show delegates how best practices, new technologies and insightful partnerships make a difference. This year’s topics of interest include:
Please be sure to visit this page often for news and other regular updates to the GreenTech 2017 program!
GreenTech 2016, held in Quebec City May 30 – June 1, received its PLANETAIR certification as a carboneutral event. For the third consecutive year, Green Marine purchased high-quality carbon offset credits to neutralize the climate footprint of its annual conference. All factors were taken into account: conference site, accommodations, food, supplies, land, air and ferry […]
NEW ORLEANS – Green Marine, an environmental certification program for the North American marine industry, elected Port of New Orleans Chief Operating Officer Brandy Christian to its Board of Directors during its annual conference last month. “Brandy Christian’s nomination shows a high-level of commitment to sustainability from the Port of New Orleans,” said Green Marine […]
Green Marine and RightShip signed a Memorandum of Understanding underscoring a new collaboration to advance environmental sustainability in the maritime sector. The MoU, signed yesterday during Green Marine’s 9th Annual Conference, GreenTech 2016, in Quebec City, Quebec, will serve as a framework to establish a productive working relationship with an overall view of contributing to the reduction of the marine industry’s environmental footprint and encouraging the industry to continuously improve its environmental performance…