Tag Archives: western hemisphere ports

AAPA Seaports Magazine, Q1 2022

The First Quarter issue of Seaports Magazine delves into the myriad ways ports are bringing sustainability goals to life. Achieving sustainability is a multi-faceted endeavor that requires support, strategic planning and innovation from not only ports but their partners and tenants. It is a top priority for most ports, though the cost and logistics sometimes curtail its achievability. The articles ...

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Dredging: Striking a Balance

Ports are taking ownership of their dredging projects and making sure they are not only beneficial to the shipping industry but are also only minimally invasive to the surrounding wildlife and environment.

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5 Brazilian Port Authorities Undergoing Privatization

Five port authorities in Brazil are in the process of going through a privatization or divestiture process. This equates to some significant changes on the horizon – from an organizational and management perspective to infrastructure investments and efficiency.

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You’re Not Alone! Building Your Sustainability Team

Because ecosystem challenges, especially in supply chains, often cross jurisdictions, no single organization can make the type of systemic changes necessary to reduce economic, societal and environmental stressors. The best approach to sustainability may be to develop partnerships.

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Giving the Green Light to Sustainability Goals

As sustainability assumes a more prominent place in just about every port’s vision of its future, master planning and other strategic planning efforts increasingly are ensuring infrastructure proposals are closely aligned with ports’ sustainability needs.

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AAPA Seaports Magazine, Q4 2021

The Fourth Quarter issue of Seaports Magazine explores how ports are coming up with solutions and creative ideas for standing out. Partnerships and collaborating with others are leading to some of these innovative outcomes and increased opportunities. For others, decarbonization efforts have taken priority and are leading to breakthroughs. For almost all ports, ideas that have helped with port congestion are also helping ...

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The Cyber Defense Trident: 3 Approaches for Mitigating Cyber Threats

Guest Article By Jason Atwell, Mandiant, Inc. During World War II, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Office of Naval Intelligence (in)famously enlisted the support of the mafia to protect the docks of New York from German and Italian saboteurs. The threat from sabotage was deemed great enough, and the situation was so dire in the early years of ...

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