Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) has signed on as the newest participating member of Green Marine, the largest voluntary environmental program for the maritime industry in North America. The ferry operator becomes the first Green Marine participant in Alaska.
Green Marine, a program aimed at improving the shipping industry’s environmental footprint, is pleased to announce that Atlantic Towing Limited has joined as its newest participant.
Green Marine, a program aimed at improving the shipping industry’s environmental footprint, is pleased to announce that New York-based Roymar Ship Management has joined as its newest participant.
Canadian and U.S. mayors from cities around the Great Lakes and St Lawrence Seaway passed a resolution today to support Green Marine, an environmental program established by the marine shipping industry.
The marine industry goes further Quebec City, October 23, 2007—The marine industry in Quebec and the rest of Canada continued to set itself apart today by officially launching its own environmental program calling on industry businesses to go further. This program covering the St. Lawrence and Great Lakes corridor is the first of its kind […]
As part of the Green Tech conference on green technologies for the shipping industry, Green Marine yesterday unveiled the first global results posted by participants of the Environmental Program of the St. Lawrence and Great Lakes Maritime Industry.
Island Tug and Barge Ltd. has entered its entire fleet into the Green Marine Environmental Program.
Green Marine’s newsletter is released every two months and presents all relevant information regarding the environmental program. It also showcases best practices and green initiatives.