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Ports to prioritize sustainability over Brexit

The British Ports Association has issued its annual New Year’s message picking out some expected highlights for UK port authorities and operators in 2020. Whilst the terms of the Brexit deal will no doubt continue to dominate, the BPA outlines the key priorities for 2020 to be: Sustainability, energy transition, regional growth, connectivity, innovation, safety, people & skills, regulatory review and port ‘impact’ to be major themes.

EU discusses sustainability by 2030 and Brexit preparedness

The Commission published on January 30 a Reflection Paper on a Sustainable Europe by 2030. The Paper forms part of the EU’s firm commitment to deliver on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, including on the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. Also, under the possibility of a no-deal Brexit scenario European Commission adopted a final set of contingency proposals.

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