The report presents the results from the cross-border discussions that were taken during four workshops (listed below) in EnviSuM project. The overall aim of the workshops was to explore the approaches taken by ports and port cities in the Baltic Sea Region to support clean shipping and comply with the SECA legislation. The focus was also to learn about the long-term visions on clean shipping towards 2020 and even 2030 among maritime stakeholders.
1. SECA: Strategies to help the maritime industry developing, May 10th 2017 at Miljöförvaltningen in Gothenburg, Sweden
2. Impacts from ship emissions and possibilities collaboration in BSR, March 23rd of 2018 at the
EXPORTFORUM in St. Petersburg, Russia as part of the Baltic Sea Day
3. Are Retrofitted Scrubbers the right solution to meet the Global Sulphur Cap? September 11th,
2018 at Bureau Veritas in Copenhagen, Denmark
4. Impacts from SECA in Baltic Sea ports – The effects of present and future air emissions from ships, on September 19th, 2018 at Port of Gdynia Authority, Gdynia, Poland