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

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

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/ Journal Articles
Partners: Theo Notteboom,
The greening of terminal concessions in seaports

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/ Journal Articles
Partners: Peter Hall,
Trucking regulation as a critical chain asset in port complexes

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/ Media
Partners: Jane Lister,
Shipping needs a technological leap to go green

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UBC to lead international research network on greening the maritime supply chain

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Partners: Michael Dooms,
Green pricing decision-making: tackling uncertainty in the case of port infrastructure

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Partners: Michael Dooms,
Environmental differentiated port pricing: The case of the Hamburg-Le Havre range

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Buyer-driven greening? Cargo-owners and environmental upgrading in maritime shipping

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/ Journal Articles
Partners: Tony Walker,
Green Marine: An environmental program to establish sustainability in marine transportation

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The logic of business vs. the logic of energy management practice

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Partners: Henrik Sornn-Friese,
A new agenda for the maritime supply chain

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Governing the Arctic in the era of the Anthropocene: Does corporate authority matter in Arctic shipping governance?

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Moving sustainable shipping forward: The potential of market-based mechanisms to reduce CO2 emissions from shipping

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Achieving energy efficient ship operations under third party management: How do ship management models influence energy efficiency?

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Partners: Tony Walker,
Harbour Divestiture in Canada: Implications of Changing Governance

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Orchestrating transnational environmental governance in maritime shipping

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The regionalization of maritime governance

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