Carleen Lyden Walker cites positive initiatives that demonstrate a pathway toward a more sustainable future in an effort to highlight that shipping industry is changing. Concluding, she notes that there is no room for complacency; industry has to adapt to new reality not only for its commercial viability but also for attracting future generations.
Carleen Lyden Walker
During the 2019 SMART4SEA Conference Carleen Lyden Walker, Chief Evolution Officer of SHIPPINGInsight, addressed the challenges facing today’s shipping industry and its vulnerabilities and risks if it doesn’t take action to change the way it conducts business.
While speaking at the last SAFETY4SEA Conference in Athens, Mrs. Carleen Lyden Walker, Co-Founder/Executive Director of NAMEPA, emphasized sustainability as an opportunity of success and change for the shipping industry. Never before the recorded history has so much change and disruption occurring at such an accelerated pace, she argued, providing several examples of how many changes the industry has seen over the recent years, and how the industry can benefit.
Mrs. Carleen Lyden Walker has a dynamic presence in the industry and an outstanding career, receiving recognition for her active role in NAMEPA toward a sustainable marine environment; thus, we are very happy to host an interview with her this time on our Career Paths special column!
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