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Research outputs of the project, including scholarly articles, books, and media appearances.

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Corporate Governance and the Environmental Politics of Shipping

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Swinging on the anchor’: The difficulties in achieving greenhouse gas abatement in shipping via virtual arrival

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The creation of a European market for ship recycling

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Adaptation to climate change effects and competition between ports: Invest now or later?

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Value creation through sustainable supplier management in maritime transport

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Ports and the circular economy

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Sustainability Initiatives in Canadian ports

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/ Conference Papers
Partners: Jane Lister,
Navigating the contradiction of green growth in sustainable maritime shipping

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Port greening measures – causes and consequences: A framework for analysis

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Capturing a moving target: decarbonizing shipping through informal governance

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Alternative fuels for shipping: Optimising fleet composition under environmental constraints

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/ Book Chapters
Partners: Michael Dooms,
Stakeholder management for port sustainability: Moving from ad-hoc to structural approaches

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Corporate sustainability in Canadian and US maritime ports

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Oil spill response in port areas: governance and the polluter pays principle

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/ Book Chapters
Partners: Peter Hall,
How People Green the Port

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/ Media
Partners: Peter Hall,
Op-ed: L’équilibre en toutes choses, y compris la gouvernance des ports (1/2)

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/ Media
Partners: Jane Lister,
Policies and technology need updating for eco-friendlier shipping, says researcher

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/ Media
Partners: Kathy Harrison,
Pipelines and oil shipments

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/ Media
Partners: Kathy Harrison,
Pipelines and oil shipments

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Towards low carbon global supply chains

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