Environmental sustainability at ports has been getting more attention from port operators and port regulators. GHG emissions associated with operations and search for clean energy sources are some issues that are continuously monitored and urgently addressed at leading ports across the world. Singapore port, one of the busiest in the world, is no exception. In the planning for the Singapore’s next generation port, this study helps to provide a framework to learn, evaluate and monitor sustainability initiatives in maritime terminal operations for Singapore and selected international ports.
Sustainability, maritime, port terminal, carbon emission
Asian Studies | Operations and Supply Chain Management
Intelligent Systems and Decision Analytics
Singapore Maritime Institute Research Showcase April 2016, Singapore Maritime Week 2016
Kar Way TAN and Members of Green Transformation Lab.
A Framework for Evaluating Energy Sustainability Efforts in Maritime Terminal Operations. (2016). Singapore Maritime Institute Research Showcase April 2016, Singapore Maritime Week 2016. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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