People

Michelle Adams

Dalhousie University

Dr. Michelle Adams is Associate Professor and Director at the Dalhousie School for Resource and Environmental studies. Professor Adams’ work focuses on the policies, strategies and technologies that can improve the sustainability of both industry and the communities they intersect. The emphasis is to support regional sustainability through the integration of green technologies, renewable energy, and sustainability strategies applicable within the specific cultural, economic and social context.

Project Clusters

Results

The role of sustainability in global seaports

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Source apportionment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in small craft harbor (SCH) surficial sediments in Nova Scotia, Canada

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Estimating PAH sources in harbor sediments using diagnostic ratios

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A review of corporate sustainability drivers in maritime ports: A multi-stakeholder perspective

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Sustainability Initiatives in Canadian ports

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Ports modernization: Balancing economic prosperity and environmental sustainability

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Characterization of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in small craft harbour (SCH) sediments in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Projects

Comparison of Green Marine to other port certification programs around the world to achieve global standardization
Project Cluster: Green Port Governance,

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