scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego and their colleagues have created a new map of the world’s seafloor
In August EMSA signed five new framework contracts of a maximum value of 24 M for the provision of satellite radar images and oil spill and vessel detection services.
Record decline of ice sheets
NOC have secured a three-year contract with ESA to carry out quality control’ checks on ocean data captured by one of its satellites
The ICCT has showed interest in improving our ability to assess ships’ carbon footprint. Therefore, ITCC teamed up with researchers at the University of College London on a novel way around those limitations using the Satellite Automatic Identification System (S-AIS).
Satellites see Unprecedented Greenland Ice Sheet M
Florida on top of cruise economic impact18/11/2019
CSC condemns IMO's lack of actions on reducing emissions strategy18/11/2019
ISO 14007 for assessing environmental costs issued18/11/2019
Malaysia prohibits open-loop scrubbers18/11/2019
ICTSI issues proposal on Iloilo port development18/11/2019
Man loses life as he was dragged overboard by fishing gear18/11/2019
Port of Venice calls shipping companies to fundraise in favor of the city18/11/2019
Port of Rotterdam calls Gov. for additional hydrogen investments18/11/2019
Internet access crucial for seafarers18/11/2019
Estonian-developed autonomous vessel paves the way for future developments18/11/2019