Sustainable Ports as Energy Hubs

By Mikael Lind 11-26-2020 04:03:50

Posted in: Ports

[By Mikael Lind, Stefan Pettersson, Jörgen Karlsson, Bart Steijaert, Patrik Hermansson, Sandra Haraldson, Monica Axell, Almir...

The Outlines of a European Strategy on the Indo-Pacific

[By Lisa Louis] The Netherlands recently published its first official strategy paper for the Indo-Pacific, just ten weeks after...

Bristol Bay Fishermen Thank USACE for Pebble Mine Permit Decision

In an unexpected turn, the Army Corps of Engineers has denied a Clean Water Act permit for the proposed Pebble Mine, a open-pit co...

The Raging Hub War at West African Ports

There is an investment overdrive in Africa’s maritime sector as governments pursue ambitious port expansion projects. Curren...

U.S. DOT, MARAD Convene Panel on GPS Jamming and Spoofing

By Dana A. Goward 11-23-2020 06:10:03

Posted in: Shipping

“How to Steal a Ship” will be one of the presentations at a U.S. Department of Transportation workshop on the 3rd...

Driving the Blue Economy With Marine Geospatial Data

By Cathrine Armour 11-23-2020 12:19:49

Posted in: Shipping

For centuries, the oceans have been the mainstay of the world economy. From the earliest sailors and traders to the megaships and...

Can Technology Weaken Seafarers’ Professional Judgment?

By Gemini News 11-22-2020 10:31:23

Posted in: Shipping

[By Guro Kulset Merakerås] A good sailor has traditionally been a person who makes decisions that ensure that their ship,...

Photos: The USCG in the Persian Gulf War and the Origins of the PSU

[By Capt. John R. Olson, United States Coast Guard Reserve (retired)] Beginning in 1982, the United States Coast Guard assigned...

Royal Navy Boosts Hurricane Relief Efforts in Honduras

Royal Navy helicopters have flown vital reconnaissance missions over devastated Honduras as relief operations continue in the wake...