Thursday 24th May, 2018
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INDUSTRY OPINION: Ships… efficient movers of freight or large polluters?

RECENTLY, the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee agreed to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions of ships by…
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IMO emissions agreement welcomed by Wärtsilä

The Finnish marine and energy technology company says there is no single solution for decarbonising the shipping sector.

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INDUSTRY OPINION: Biosecurity cost recovery – will logic and fairness prevail?

It is becoming increasingly apparent border and biosecurity agencies have inconsistent cost recovery philosophies, writes PAUL ZALAI*

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Mandarins grilled over stink bug delays

The CBFCA Victorian Regional Convention generated some lively discussion

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Biofouling guidelines released for NZ

Strict standards for any vessel entering New Zealand territory are about to come into effect

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NZ begins large-scale marine oil-spill response exercise

Participants are responding to a simulated collision between commercial vessels


Australian peak bodies signal approval of IMO GHG strategy

MIAL and Ports Australia welcomed the adoption of the IMO’s strategy to reduce carbon emissions in international shipping


NQBP’s 2018 EcoPorts scholarship launched

The annual scholarship helps local schools fund sustainability projects