A Virtual Program!

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of our flagship event, GreenTech 2020, which was set for  June 2-4 in Montreal, Quebec.

We might have put one knee down in front of COVID-19 and cancel our flagship event, however, we have not said our last word!

In a effort to relay some of the valued knowledge sharing, networking and discussions at the core of  GreenTech, our team has developed interactive, video-conference sessions based on aspects of the GreenTech 2020 program. Three sessions will be offered in June, and three more in September.

Catch up on any of these enriching sessions:

Thursday, June 4, 2020, 2pm – 3:30pm (EDT)

Missed the session? Watch the full webinar video or download the presentations (PDF) by clicking here.

Whale Conservation and Protection Measures

  • ECHO Program: A collaborative approach to protect at-risk whales from shipping in the Salish Sea, Orla RobinsonVancouver Fraser Port Authority
  • Industry, research and regulators working jointly to minimize at-risk whale threats, Leslie JamesBC Ferries
  • The role of conservation organizations in spurring collaborative changeHussein AlidinaWWF-Canada
  • Possible regulatory and/or collaborative approaches in transboundary watersMichelle SandersTransport Canada

Thursday, June 11, 2020, 2pm – 3:30pm (EDT)

Missed the session? Watch the webinar video or download the presentations (PDF) by clicking here.

Reducing a Vessel’s Carbon Footprint

  • The road to zero carbon shippingLee KindbergMaersk
  • Ammonia as an alternative fuelAnthony TeoDNV-GL
  • Integration of energy saving products into the commercial vessel designsMark KenefordWartsila

Thursday, June 18, 2020, 2pm – 3:30pm (EDT)

Minimizing Carbon at Ports and Terminals

Missed the session? Watch the webinar video or download the presentations (PDF) by clicking here.

  • Termont becomes the world’s first fully hybrid terminalJonathan ParisTermont and Simon Poulin, Effenco (co-presenters)
  • Promising practices to decarbonize and clean the airSarah FromanUS EPA
  • Energy transition at seaports: challenges and opportunitiesClaude ComtoisUniversity of Montreal

Tuesday, September 8, 2020, 2pm – 3:30pm (EDT)

Missed the session? Watch the full webinar video or download the presentations (PDF) by clicking here.

Green Marine Ports & Terminals: Environmental Initiatives

  • Innovative project: coming together to preserve ecosystems while ensuring sustainable development, Manon D’Auteuil, Sept-Îles Port Authority
  • Mission impossible: capital dredging and habitat restoration at Pacific Coast Terminals, Andrew Mackay, Envirochem
  • Innovative industry and port authority collaborations, Michael Pucci, DP World Prince Rupert & Jason Scherr, Prince Rupert Port Authority

Tuesday, September 15, 2020, 2pm – 3:30pm (EDT)

Missed the session? Watch the full webinar video or download the presentations (PDF) by clicking here.

Communications, public perception and community outreach at ports

  • Strategically embedding corporate social responsibility to enhance engagement, Paula Copeland, Port Saint John
  • Planning WITH neighborhoods for port development: Port of New Orleans Inner Harbor Economic Revitalization (PIER) Plan, Amelia Pellegrin, Port of New Orleans
  • Creative community engagement, Jason Giffen & Lily Tsukayama, Port of San Diego

Tuesday, September 22, 2020, 2pm – 3:30pm (EDT)

Missed the session? Watch the full webinar video or download the presentations (PDF) by clicking here.

Advancing new technologies

  • Supporting innovation for a greener maritime sector, Abigail Fyfe, Transport Canada
  • Washington State’s first maritime accelerator, Joshua Berger, Washington Maritime Blue
  • Energy storage and load clipping aboard vessels using the St. Lawrence to minimize footprint, Jil Hardy, Innovation Maritime
  • Hydrogen on demand for hydrogen enrichment of combustion air, Joseph Williams, Innovative Hydrogen Solutions Inc.
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News

Virtual GreenTech – Webseries – Starting June 2020

May 19, 2020

We understand that COVID-19 is also affecting all of our members. In a effort to relay some of the valued knowledge sharing, networking and discussions at the core of GreenTech, our team developed interactive, video-conference sessions based on aspects of the GreenTech 2020 preliminary program. Three sessions will be offered in June, and three more […]

COVID-19 forces GreenTech 2020’s cancellation

April 7, 2020

We are very sorry to announce that the pandemic has forced the cancellation of our flagship event, GreenTech 2020, which was set for  June 2-4 in Montreal, Quebec. In looking at the various options, it has been decided that, since we already have commitment and signed contracts for GreenTech 2021 to be held in Seattle, […]

COVID-19 & GreenTech 2020

March 13, 2020

Green Marine is aware of the COVID-19 epidemic that has forced the cancelation of events in the coming weeks. As the situation is currently under control in Canada, we are moving forward with the conference as planned. This decision will be reassessed in the coming weeks. Rest assured that our priority is the well-being of […]

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