#PortsWeKnow. Ten Nordic Ports Collaborate on Sustainable Development Goals / #SDGs

Credit: Gothenburg Port Authority

” 10 Nordic ports have signed a declaration to work together on the environmental challenges related to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.

The declaration emphasizes the importance of sharing knowledge, information and best practices within a variety of different environmental areas:

•  Energy use and alternative energy sources
•  Emission of air and water pollutants from port operation and vessels
•  Biological diversity and the prevalence of invasive species
•  Innovative solutions that support sustainable development, e.g. through close collaboration with academia, industry and start-ups.

The 10 ports that have signed the declaration are the Copenhagen Malmö Port, Port of Helsingborg, Faxaports Iceland, Port of Aarhus, Port of Helsinki, Port of Esbjerg, Port of Gothenburg, Ports of Stockholm, Port of Tórshavn and the Port of Oslo. ”

#PortManagement Discussion: Search about your local port or a port near you. How this port is collaborating or not with the Sustainable Development Goals. Add links.

Read more:

https://www.maritime-executive.com/article/ten-nordic-ports-collaborate-on-sustainable-development-goals