EU-Project ‘DocksTheFuture’ - Midterm Conference on ‘Envisioning the Port of the Future: the 2030 horizon’ on April 4th 2019 in Triest
DocksTheFuture (DtF) is a thirty-months running project under the Horizon2020 programme tackling the questions on ‘how does the port of the future look like in 2030 and which chal-lenges the EU port sector has to cope with’.
Regulating ship emission: Know-how of ISL experts requested
Invited by the German Committee for Sustainability Research and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), experts from practice, research and science from the fields port management, ship operations and environmental research met in Hamburg on 12./13. March 2019 for an interdisciplinary forum on „Climate shipping pollution: piecemeal regulation for different objectives? Health, climate, environmental and socioeconomic implications and challenges for green shipping propulsion”.
New ISL position paper: Entire size classes of ships will disappear
How will the enlargement of the Panama Canal affect the future development of container fleets?
Which size classes of container ships are still fit for the future and which are not?
To what extent will trade lanes be influenced by this? - These and other questions are addressed by the ISL in the new position paper entitled "Impact of the Panama Canal, development of the fully cellular container ship fleet and cascade effect".