We have compiled on this page documents that can be downloaded throughout our website. You can find here the evaluation guides, program summaries, annual progress reports, tables of individual results, magazines and newsletters, Green Marine visual identity standards guides, and other documents of interest.
The overall average for this seventh year continued on its upward trend, reaching a 3.2 level, and the individual results clearly show that our participants are continuing to improve their environmental performance for a number of issues.
The 76-page book offers clear and straightforward information, photographs and maps to help mariners to sail North Atlantic waters without incident or harm to the more than dozen species of whales that inhabit the region at various times of the year. The guide is published by the Shipping Federation of Canada, Dalhousie University, and the Marine Mammal Observation Network with support from Environment Canada, Fednav and Canfornav Inc.
This sixth year of evaluating the environmental performance of Green Marine participants shows that the maritime transportation industry continues to go well beyond regulatory compliance.
Green Marine and the Association of Canadian Port Authorities (ACPA) have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the goal of jointly expanding efforts to reduce the marine industry’s environmental footprint and encourage the industry to continuously improve its environmental performance.
The certification process is rigorous and transparent. In order to obtain the Green Marine certification, a company must complete the following steps.
Green Marine newsletter The Green Wave is released every two months and presents Green Marine latest members and all relevant information regarding the environmental program. It also showcases Green Marine members’ best practices and green initiatives in its Spotlight on Partners and Industry success stories sections.