Discover the new Ports & Harbors !

Marking the start of the New Year, we are delighted to offer members a completely upgraded version of the IAPH membership magazine Ports & Harbors, which now enters its 66th year of publication. Providing thought leadership on the role of ports in a connected world, the magazine incorporates a new look, with more opinion pieces, more debate with readers’ polls and features which foster discussion and reflection – not only among stakeholders within the ports’ sphere, but also from throughout the supply chain. In our first issue for 2021 we get insights into recent maritime and global affairs from the renowned leader on climate change and architect of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, Christiana Figueres. The former Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC) makes her opinions clear in a no-holds-barred conversation with IAPH’s Managing Director Patrick Verhoeven. Also featuring in this issue: port architecture in the eyes of the community; global market intelligence analysis applied to freeports; how ports can support the evolution of the fashion industry; an interview with Eurelectric’s secretary general Kristian Ruby; pros and cons of regional GHG measures; a port anti-narcotics campaign with a difference; ports as film set locations; a book review on sustainability strategies of port authorities and much more. The new magazine is the result of great teamwork with our media and events partner IHS Markit, a process ably led by Ports & Harbors editor Ines Nastali and IHS design associate director Hannah Kidd. The magazine’s new brand was developed by Pavlov Branding, who earlier designed the brands of the World Ports Sustainability Program and the World Ports Conference and who are currently engaged in rebranding IAPH itself. Printed copies of the magazine are on their way to members and the digital version will be officially launched early next week. But as faithful Insider reader you get the exclusive preview of the new Ports & Harbors. We are very keen to receive your feedback!

 

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