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

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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

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NQBP’s 2018 EcoPorts scholarship launched

The annual scholarship helps local schools fund sustainability projects