While the voting procedure for the 2019 GREEN4SEA Awards is open, Mr. Henri van der Weide, Advisor Harbour Master Department, Port of Amsterdam, highlights that all stakeholders need to work together toward a more sustainable future for the maritime industry and refers to port’s strategic actions for these couple years.
While the voting procedure for the 2019 GREEN4SEA Awards is open, Mr. Andreas Slotte, Head of Sustainable Development, Port of Helsinki, says that the port has been very active in sustainable development for which it has been nominated in the ‘Port’ category among other distinguished nominees. Mr Slotte notes that a ‘win-win situation’ where energy savings benefit both the environment and the income statement can be achieved; in this regard, change in mindset and the current business model are needed.
Mr. Raúl Cascajo, Head of Environmental Policies, Valenciaport, refers to the many green initiatives that Valenciaport has taken and for which it has been shortlisted in the ‘Port’ category alongside other distinguished nominees.
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