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Lessons Learned from Marine Casualties
Assessing emissions in ports can help countries to devise strategies to address those emissions, leading to better air quality for local populations. The first national workshop on the prevention and control of shipping and port air emissions has been held in Ningbo, China (23-25 April), under the auspices of the IMO-executed GloMEEP energy efficiency project. China is the first country to benefit from the rollout of the three-day workshop package which was recently developed by GloMEEP, in collaboration with the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH). more...
reaffirmed support for its African Member States at the first African
Shipowners Association Summit, held in the Seychelles (23-25 April). IMO’s
Juvenal Shiundu delivered a goodwill message on behalf of IMO Secretary-General
Kitack Lim, emphasising the Organization’s on-going technical cooperation
support for its African Member States – to help implement IMO treaties. more...
Domestic ship services is a major part of the transport system in Pacific Island Countries. To address key concerns surrounding the safety of domestic ferries, a three-day event was held in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (23-25 April). One major outcome of the forum was the adoption of a community-based approach which aims to involve end users of domestic ship services to improve awareness as well as to enhance safety measures. more...
Mr. Kitack Lim