One of Green Marine’s founding members, the Port of Montreal received the Marine Environment Protection Award for 2018 in the port category from the North American Marine Environment Protection Association…
The Nunavik is equipped with the latest environmental technologies, such as a Tier II engine that reduces nitrogen oxide emissions by 20 per cent.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded a $250,000 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grant to the City of Duluth to fund green infrastructure projects to improve water quality in the Lake Superior Basin. Duluth is the first of 16 cities to receive funding in the initial round of EPA’s new Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Shoreline […]
The Environment award recognizes the contribution by an individual, company or association from the maritime industry towards an improved outcome for the environment.
NGO Shipbreaking Platform noted that Canada Steamship Lines has taken the additional step of having its ships dismantled (and recycled as much as possible) within Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries only.
Port Metro Vancouver and Prince Rupert Port Authority have become the first in the world to offer discounted harbour dues to the most energy-efficient oceangoing vessels as determined by the ‘A-to-G’ Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emission rating.
The Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) bestowed its 2013 Environmental Excellence Award to McKeil Marine Limited to recognize the company’s dedication to environmental stewardship.
The Institut des sciences de la mer de Rimouski (ISMER) research vessel will cast off from Halifax in January headed for Argentina on its first international mission.
No less than five new more efficient, environmentally friendly vessels are now in service.
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