MTCC-Pacific successfully concluded its Second Regional Workshop in Apia, Samoa, on 16 and 17 September, with representatives from 19 countries totalling 220 participants of which 26% were women.
The objective of the pilot project is to support selected developing countries in limiting and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from their shipping sector through technical assistance/capacity-building to promote low-carbon and energy efficient shipping technologies and operations. The Shanghai Maritime University (SMU) was selected as the host institution of MTCC for Asia (MTCC-Asia) in December 2016.
IMO and the Government of Norway are cordially inviting interested countries to embark on the GreenVoyage2050, a new technical cooperation initiative to tackle the challenge of delivering a sustainable future for the shipping industry.
The closing date for this call for expressions of interest is Monday 14 October 2019.
MTCC-Caribbean successfully delivered its Second Regional Workshop on 1-3 July 2019.
The event took place at the Chaguaramas Campus (UTT) in Trinidad and Tobago.
MTCC-Latin America and MTCC-Asia, together with GMN Project Manager Mr. Anton Rhodes and IMO MED Deputy Director
Dr. Jose Matheickal, attended the event.
In alignment with its global focus and to highlight Norway’s co-operation with Africa’s Shipping and Maritime sectors, Nor-Shipping 2019 featured the “Africa@Nor-Shipping” program from 05-06 June 2019.
GMN was part of the IMO exhibition booth, with around a 1000 visibility items being displayed and distributed during the 3-days event in Oslo, Norway.
The second GMN Film is now online!
This new film puts the spotlight on energy efficiency measures in the port and shipping sector in the Solomon Islands, implemented with the support of the regional MTCC-Pacific.
During the 2nd day of deliberations at the 5th Intersessional meeting of the Working Group on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships, the GMN Project presented on the achievements of the Global MTCC Network project, as well as providing practical examples of how the network can, in the future, play a key role to support the IMO’s GHG reduction strategy.READ THE ARTICLE