From Regional to Global Perspectives
Given its importance for the transport of goods on a global scale, there is a growing interest on the sustainability of the shipping industry. It has long been recognised that shipping is a very carbon-efficient transport medium, but there is an increasing focus on its broader environmental consequences.
The BONUS SHEBA project addresses a wide range of environmental impacts of shipping in the Baltic Sea including air pollution, marine pollution, underwater noise and climate change as well as the socio-economic consequences of these impacts.
SOLAS is an international project contributing to Future Earth with the mission statement "linking ocean-atmosphere interactions with climate and people".
In conjunction with BONUS SHEBA’s final meeting and the SOLAS workshop on Ship Plumes the projects jointly organize a conference and invite the scientific community and stakeholders of the maritime sector to two days of presentations of the latest scientific findings, discussions and poster presentations on the topics.
The conference is jointly organised by the BONUS SHEBA project External link, opens in new window. and by the International Surface Ocean - Lower Atmosphere Study (SOLAS) External link, opens in new window. and is part of the BONUS Symposia series External link, opens in new window..
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