Green Nautical Miles

Sustainability is our flag



Today, more than ever, the maritime community is experiencing big challenges in the area of environmental stewardship. Allow us to be your source of knowledge and information about the latest trends. Our corporate social responsibility approach offers ideas to enhance environmental, social and economic performance for your business

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From Port to Port: Vancouver

With a cargo volume of 142.1 million tonnes per year, Canada's largest port, Vancouver, aims to become the world's most sustainable port. They have a clear statement about Corporate Social Responsibility: A sustainable port delivers economic prosperity through trade, maintains a healthy environment, and enables thriving communities, through meaningful dialogue, shared aspirations and collective accountability. In 2017, the port authority received the North American Environmen

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Pushing forward with tackling greenhouse gas emissions


How Corporate Sustainable Responsibility can benefit companies and industry


The North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) 2018 Annual Conference. New York, NY

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Government of Canada is taking steps to support recovery of the Southern Resident Killer Whales in the Salish Sea


Third WMU International Women's Conference 2019

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SOLAS amendments entering into force 1 January 2020


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