Delegates at a previous GreenTech in Shipping Forum
The third GreenTech in Shipping Virtual Forum will gather shipowners, service providers, research and government bodies for two days on 2-3 March to discuss the shared goal of lowering carbon emissions and making the maritime sector more sustainable.
The event will begin with a presentation by Roger Strevens, vice president for global sustainability at shipping company Wallenius Wilhelmsen, while the second day will start with a keynote from Wolfram Guntermann, director of regulatory affairs for Hapag-Lloyd, on the topic of onshore power supply.
Speakers from large cruise companies will share their sustainability strategies across the two days, including Bud Darr, executive vice president at MSC Cruises; Lucienne Damm, senior environmental manager at TUI Cruises; Jill Stoneberg, director for social impact and sustainability at Virgin Voyages; and Tom Strang, senior vice president of maritime affairs at Carnival Corporation.
The forum will highlight the input of ports in a panel discussion, featuring participants from the ports of Amsterdam, Antwerp, Helsinki and Oslo. The panellists will discuss the challenges that they face as they try to achieve their sustainability goals and the green initiatives and solutions they are implementing to overcome them.
Finally, marine technology companies will present their latest solutions to help reduce carbon emissions. These will include talks from First Climate, South Pole, TECO 2030 and EcoSubsea, among others.
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