Quebec City, February 20, 2018 – Green Marine has just released its 2018 performance indicator criteria for North American ship owners, port authorities, terminal operators and shipyard managers. In keeping with its commitment to continual improvement, Green Marine annually reviews, strengthens and expands its environmental certification program criteria. Summaries of Green Marine’s environmental program for […]
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…
Quebec City, Tuesday, May 31, 2016 – This morning Green Marine, a North American environmental certification program, unveiled its participants’ environmental performance results for the year 2015 as part of the opening session of its GreenTech 2016 conference taking place at the Hilton Québec until tomorrow. Green Marine’s participants maintained an overall average of 3.2 […]
Tacoma, WA, May 2, 2016 – The Northwest Seaport Alliance has signed on to participate in Green Marine, North America’s largest voluntary environmental certification program for the maritime industry. Green Marine encourages its participants—ship owners, ports and terminals—to reduce their environmental footprint related to air quality, greenhouse gases, spill prevention, stormwater treatment, noise and other […]
Welcoming Port Canaveral as Green Marine’s 100th participant is a milestone that reflects the steadily increasing number of North American marine industry enterprises committed to being proactive towards achieving greater sustainability, and the wide recognition that Green Marine now garners as a practical, effective framework to demonstrate that environmental commitment…
Green Marine’s 9th annual conference is shaping up wonderfully: the preliminary program is now online and the conference promises to be a gathering not to be missed this year! GreenTech 2016 will gather the key stakeholders to work at: Mapping the future of sustainable shipping…
The Port of Hueneme, ranked in the top 11% of all U.S. Ports for general cargo flow has signed on as a participant in Green Marine, the largest voluntary environmental program for the maritime industry in North America. The announcement was made November 23rd by Jess Herrera, President of the Oxnard Harbor District’s Board of Harbor Commissioners.
The Oshawa Port Authority, one of Green Marine’s founding members as the former Oshawa Harbour Commission, is again a Green Marine participant. In 2012 the port temporarily suspended its participation in the Green Marine environmental program while it transitioned to become one of 18 Canadian Port Authorities (CPAs).
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