Nordic ports get together to go green

A group of ten Nordic ports have signed a declaration to cooperate and exchange information and share approaches to the environment and climate in line with the UN's Global Sustainability Goals enshrined in the Paris Agreement. Gothenburg, Stockholm, Helsingborg, Malmö/Copenhagen, Aarhus, Esbjerg, Oslo, Helsinki, Torshavn and Faxaports (Iceland) will confer on issues such as energy use and alternative energy sources, pollution reduction and biodiversity and prevention of invasive species. [+]

Harwich-Esbjerg route to shut

DFDS is to shut its historic freight and passenger ferry route between Harwich and Esbjerg on 29 September, blaming new IMO sulphur emission rules. It says that the service has been struggling for a long time with high costs and loss of traffic to the all-road route, along with the ... [+]

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