Green corridors: from concept to reality
Public/private initiatives to encourage sustainable shipping between ports are considered a critical tool for catalyzing the marine industry’s transition to a zero-carbon future. Here’s why green shipping corridors are gaining momentum and how they help ports build an economic and environmental advantage.
The role of LCA in sustainable shipping
The 2023 IMO Greenhouse Gas Strategy introduces new sustainability targets to decarbonize the marine industry. As shipbuilders face increasing pressure to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, lifecycle assessments can help them develop more environmentally friendly vessels from the ground up.
What are the benefits of building leisure boats’ virtual twins?
In pursuit of more sustainable and efficient ways to develop leisure boats, yacht and boat builders are turning to the latest digital capabilities to improve how they operate. Virtual twin capabilities present an opportunity to design, test, refine and sell leisure boats before they are physically built.
How the Industrial Metaverse Can Serve the Cause of Recycling
Designed to showcase the myriad benefits of the Industrial Metaverse for the environment and sustainability, this post aims to enlighten and inspire.
Navigating the waters toward cleaner seas
A multi-pronged approach for sustainable waters will be the key to ensuring clean seas for centuries to come.
Leisure boat builders sail towards sustainability
Transformation is underway in the leisure boat sector as yacht and boat builders embrace new materials and innovative technologies to keep up with sustainably conscious customers and the latest environmental regulations.
Artificial Intelligence – PM’s friend or foe?
As AI continues to advance rapidly, we’ll take some time to examine its potential impact on the role and responsibilities of Project Managers. This article explores several key PMO concepts and provides insight into how AI can enhance and strengthen critical project delivery processes.