BC Shipping News – Volume 9, Issue 5
Double Focus: Terminals / Environment
Industry Insight: Mitigate, adapt, or suffer...Dr. Kate Moran, President & CEO, Ocean Networks Canada…Much of Dr. Moran’s work will have wide-ranging policy applications in the areas of ocean and climate change, port security and shipping, resource development and ocean management.
Terminals: B.C. terminal activity update – Part 1…Increasing efficiencies a key focus for terminals…Aside from the sensible business case made for increasing capacity, gains are also being seen in lowering carbon footprints…
Sustainable Shipping: Shipping’s environmental regulatory outlook…By Darryl Anderson…Changing environmental regulations leave ship owners wrestling with the need to obtain a clear line of sight in which to make investment decisions, operate fleets and mitigate the cost of the regulatory compliance to remain competitive.
Environment: ShoreZone coastal imaging and habitat mapping…By Sarah Cook…ShoreZone now covers over 122,000 kilometres of North America, from Oregon to Alaska, including the whole B.C. coast.
Ice Navigation: Nautical Institute Ice Navigator…By Captain David (Duke) Snider…This lack of standard resulted in a number of very news-worthy incidents as individuals with less than exemplary competence became responsible for ice-related ship damage and loss around the globe.
- History Lesson: One thousand years of shipping innovation…by David R. Leverton
- Legal Affairs: Ship-source pollution: Civil and criminal liability — the two streams...By Peter Swanson