Environmental work is continuous development in Port of Turku
Port of Turku has automated emissions calculations about vessel traffic with GISGRO Green. Collecting vessel traffic data doesn`t need manual work because data flows automatically from the Port Management Information System to the environmental calculation system.
IMO GHG Strategy 2023: more ambitious targets for greenhouse gas reduction
Ports are an important hub for all parties in the maritime industry to collaborate in greenhouse gas reduction work. Ports worldwide are now starting – or have already begun – to implement digital platforms to improve communication with different stakeholders.
Target zero – Safer port for the people and the environment
Ports have a variety of functions which affect the safety of employees, visitors and surrounding environment and community. Read how HSE processes can really be easier for both the field staff and the management.
Collaboration is the road to Net Zero – Insights from Green Tech 2023
The first Green Tech for Ports and Terminals conference by PTI was in Hamburg, Germany. The agenda included topics around one of the most critical issues in the maritime industry.
Sustainability goals are a lot closer with GISGRO Green
GISGRO Green, a next-generation environmental management software, changes the way ports utilise environmental information to achieve their sustainability goals.
Maritime Industry on a Quest for More Sustainable Future
The maritime industry, and port authorities as an important part of it, are facing growing demands for sustainability in terms of social, economic, and environmental issues.