OECD report out today: Ports must ramp up greenhouse gas incentives

Emissions, Environment, Ports & Terminals, Reports — By on April 18, 2018 at 2:40 PM

For sure, our international readership you would be interested to study the new OECD International Transport Forum report which come out today, arguing ports need to develop more – and smarter – incentives in order to meet the IMO’s greenhouse gas targets for the shipping sector.

Reducing Shipping Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Lessons From Port-Based Incentives

 

It includes a global summary of the 28 ports with environmentally-based port fees, all of them in the top 100 ports by tonnage or container volumes handled, and then gives some in-depth analysis of what works well, and what doesn’t.
Asia  
Singapore
Shenzhen (China)
Hong Kong (China)
Busan (South Korea)
Ulsan (South Korea)
Tokyo (Japan)
Yokohama (Japan)
Nagoya (Japan)
Kitakyushu (Japan)
Ashdod (Israel)
Europe 
Rotterdam (Netherlands)
Antwerp (Belgium)
Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Hamburg (Germany)
Bremerhaven (Germany)
Le Havre (France)
Zeebrugge (Belgium)
Sines (Portugal)
Valencia (Spain)
London (UK)
Bergen (Norway)
Americas 
Los Angeles (US)
Long Beach (US)
New York/New Jersey (US)
Vancouver (Canada)
Montreal (Canada)
Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Africa  
Durban (South Africa)
Richard’s Bay (South
Africa)
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