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Green Marine Annual Performance report was released on May 31st, 2018 and covers results for the 2017 year of operations. Green Marine’s participants obtained an overall average of 3.1 on a 1-to-5 scale that has Level 1 requiring the monitoring of regulations and Level 5 reflecting excellence and leadership. The overall average of the participants for all performance indicators has remained quite steady over the past few years, even though new indicators have been introduced and the criteria for existing indicators have been made significantly more demanding in several cases.
Founded in 2007, Green Marine is the largest voluntary environmental program for the maritime industry in North America. Learn more on the program, its members, and the environmental issues covered in this 2-pager brochure.
Port Everglades collaborated with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to assess potential strategies to reduce future port-related air emissions. The initiative resulted in a baseline inventory study and also involves collaborating with the EPA to research and model port operations, technologies and expansion scenarios in terms of air quality outcomes and solutions.
The certification process is rigorous and transparent. In order to obtain the Green Marine certification, a company must complete the following steps.
Green Marine and RightShip signed a Memorandum of Understanding underscoring a new collaboration to advance environmental sustainability in the maritime sector. The MoU, signed in June 2016, will serve as a framework to establish a productive working relationship with an overall view of contributing to the reduction of the marine industry’s environmental footprint.