7th Green Shipping Summit

7th Green Shipping Summit

8-9 September 2021 | Virtual

10% discount code: IndustryTechInsights10


Wisdom is proud to announce its 7th edition of the Green Shipping Summit taking place virtually on 8 and 9 September 2021.

The shipping sector has long been in the spotlight for its detrimental impact on the environment – ships’ engines emit sulfur oxides (SOx), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and greenhouse gases (GHG). Discharge of untreated ballast water, which used to be common practice, is another environmental problem of this industry. Furthermore, at the end of their life cycle, ships are often dismantled in unsafe and dangerous yards, which comes at great human and environmental cost.

Wisdom’s 7th Green Shipping Summit on 8 and 9 September 2021 will offer a comprehensive program focusing on the expansion and development of shipping related processes. Utilizing the knowledge of expert speakers, industry leaders will be able to obtain the tools and practices they need to cultivate the most innovative and environmentally-friendly Maritime business.

Speakers and fellow attendees will engage and learn together, offering powerful insights on current industry trends, forming partnerships, identifying business growth opportunities, and cementing companies’ role as a force for good when they look for ways to protect the environment. It is a perfect chance to meet marine professionals and industry.

Key topics

  • What keeps maritime leaders up at night: addressing the key sustainability challenges the shipping industry is facing in 2021 and beyond
  • Sailing towards zero emission shipping
  • Shaping a sustainable energy future: a greener, more resilient and inclusive energy system
  • From necessity to norm: the next big revolution
  • The future port landscape: demographic, technological, and sustainability drivers
  • Get returns right: leveraging smart shipping solutions

The 7th Green Shipping Summit will be delivered through an advanced networking tool.


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