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Raising Standards and addressing challenges: Green Award Certification
Growing competition on the shipping market, new
regulations in shipping, need for reduction of emissions and improvement of safety are issues that all stakeholders of the industry are confronted with. Significant number of issues can be addressed through participation in the Green Award scheme.
Kitakyushu signs up to Green Awards
Ports & Harbors magazine
Green Award scheme is growing and expanding its network. The Port of KITAKYUSHU, as first in Japan and in the East Asia, has recently joined Green Award. This significant event drew attention of the maritime world. An other incentive provider Van Heck Engineering joined in December 2014 and pioneered incentives for other Green Award incentive providers.
響灘の新しいかたち (New form of Hibiki-Nada)
The Container Age (in Japanese)
This article elaborates on the new form that Port of Kitakyushu would like to develop “Hibiki-Nada” as a green energy port. Green Award is included as a part of it, which can be found on the third page in the red section.
The article is dedicated to the latest developments within the Green Award scheme and the issue of CSR in the shipping industry.
Includes an adertisement listing all (sea-gojng) certificate holders
An article about Green Award's holistic approach to the certifcation and advantages for both: certificate holders and incentive providers from their participation in the scheme.
Includes an adertisement listing all (sea-gojng) certificate holders and incentive providers.
CSR: Credits from Society, or is it more?
Newsletter Friends of WMU 43
An article addressing CSR challenges faced by the shipping industry. It highlights issues that the maritime industry is confronted with on a regular basis and how they can potentially be dealt with through the implementation of CSR policies.
Baltic Transport Journal 2(52)
How Green Award makes a difference by going beyond the legal minimum standards. The article talks about threats faced by the Baltic Sea and potential benefits that can be obtained by the ports in the region through participating in the scheme.
A greener and safer future
ClassNK magazine 64
ClassNK and Green Award share the same philosophy towards environmental preservation and protection and both promote quality shipping. Special attention goes to the Green Award certification scheme for LNG carriers.
Deux records dont un a vie pour le Port de Sept-Iles
Le Port Cartois 8 (in French)
An article in a Canadian newspaper about the initiative of the Port of Sept Iles to join the Green Award scheme as an incentive provider.
Green Award adds an LNG dimension
LNG World Shipping
Announcing the news about Green Award's recently launched certification programme for LNG carriers and the first certified LNG vessel Dukhan.
The vision of Jan Fransen, Managing Director Green Award
Maritime by Holland
Jan Fransen talks about the role of environmental schemes and, in particularly Green Award, for encouragement of further improvement of the sustainable shipping.
Green Award: een uniek certificatiesysteem van Nederlands bodem
Cornelis Douwes (in Dutch)
Benefits for participants of the Green Award scheme: from financial incentives to proven quality and safety improvement
Wereldwijd actief voor Green Award
Main Port magazine (in Dutch)
Karin Struijk, Green Award deputy managing director, who comes from a family of shipping entrepreneurs, tells about her vision of the shipping and activities of Green Award.