Registration is now open for the first International Conference on Shipping in Changing Climates: provisioning the future hosted as part of the EPSRC and industry funded Shipping in Changing Climates consortium project and during the International Festival for Business 2014
The conference will take place at the Liverpool Hilton Hotel and is hosted by the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering, University of Manchester in association with academic partners: UCL Energy Institute, UCL Department of Mechanical Engineering, Marine Engineering at the University of Newcastle and the University of Strathclyde plus industry sponsors Lloyd’s Register and Shell.
Presentations from academics from physical to social sciences, as well as industrialists and policymakers will cover a wide range of topics including:
- Low carbon technologies and practice
- Trade and security
- Climate impacts on trade routes, ships and ports
- Low carbon shipping policies (EEDI/EEOI) and progress towards decarbonisation
- Financing change in shipping
- Future scenarios
- Radical change
- Low-carbon consumption-production systems
Please register your place for our reception and conference dinner at the Hilton Hotel on 18th June 2014.
- John Buckingham, BMT Defence Services Ltd., Mapping the hybrid solution space
- Solmaz Haji Hosseinloo, Tristan Smith & Nagore Sabio, University College London, UK, Lars Erik Mangset, WWF, Oslo, Norway- Bridging the shipping gap: 2 degrees pathways and carbon pricing
- Carlo Raucci, Christophe McGlade & Tristan Smith, University College London, UK, Kim Tanneberger, Lloyd's Register, UK- A framework to evaluate integrated systems for hydrogen as fuel in...
- Paul Fenton, Linkoping University, Sweden- The role of port cities and networks: reflections on the World Ports Climate...
- Anna Kotrikla, Nikitos Nikitakos & Theodoros Lilas, University of the Aegean, Greece- Air pollutant emissions at an Aegean island port
- Panos Deligiannis, Neda Maritime Agency Co. Ltd., Greece- Ship performance indicator
- Alison Newell, University of the South Pacific, Fiji- Turning the tide- the need for sustainable sea transport in the Pacific
- Amelia Bola, University of the South Pacific, Fiji- The potential for sustainable sea transport: a case study of the Southern...
- Joel Perez Osses, Richard Bucknall, University College London, UK- A marine engineering plant model to evaluate the efficiency and CO2 emissions...