The aim of SEAMEASURES is to contribute to thriving and sustainable shipping through analysis of different options for decarbonization and minimizing the harmful impacts to air quality and the marine environment.
Keyword: Centre for Maritime Studies
Digitalization of Ports´ Environmental Management Tools report has been published as part of GET READY project. The report concentrates on the sustainable development and green growth of ports with a focus on how it can be boosted with (digital) environmental management tools (EMT). These are most commonly practices that will enhance sustainable development when followed by port personnel.
Everything you wanted to know about the Baltic Sea is now gathered in one place. Go to MarineFinland.fi to find real-time data from the sea and the best places to visit. Or maybe you want to learn more about marine habitats, different species and changing sea nature? It’s all there.
ResQU2 Workshop: Multithreaded Rescue Operations at the Baltic Sea and Port Regions_Kopio_13.01.2020 11.34.50
An international conference on European maritime research was organised at the University of Turku on 24–25 September. In addition to maritime planning and the technology within, the speeches covered oil spill accident response.
Clean Shipping Project Platform, CSHIPP, brings together projects and organisations focused on enhancing clean shipping in the Baltic Sea region.
The university will improve the interaction with its operational environment. The new independent unit, which starts its operations at the beginning of 2014, will bring together the expertise of three independent units.