Baltic Sea Insights 3/3
In this third and final Aronnax miniseries, Craig is onboard the Finnlines ferry Finnfellow which takes him from Travemunde in Germany, North through the southern part of the Baltic Sea, to Malmö in Sweden. He talks to two of the youngest officers onboard and ponders the growing activities in the Baltic Sea and the much needed spatial planning to ensure it all happens sustainably and without hitch.
VASAB (Vision and Strategies Around the Baltic Sea)
SeaFocus (and the Intelligence Hunt)
Sunday, May 7, 2023
standards, nurdles, corridors and men
Season 8, Ep. 5
Craig Eason talks to: Loukas Kontogiannis, Head, Marine Pollution, Marine Environment Division. Is ship sourced plastic pollution a challenge too big?Sofia Werner RISE MaritimeThe need to tell shipping’s growing good news about wind propulsion carefully Mariana Noceti, Principal Programme Assistant, Women in Maritime Programme, Technical Cooperation DivisionThe role of men and International Women in Maritime DaySveinung Oftedal, Norwegian Ministry of Climate & EnvironmentWhat exactly is a green corridor and how will it help the shipping industry in its efforts to decarbonize?
Sunday, April 16, 2023
Brim Tech, Klaveness' sustainability, and MAN ES engine bonanza
Season 8, Ep. 4
Brim Explorer is a young company started by two entrepreneurs in 2018. It has thrived, now has a fleet of soon to be five electric or hybrid electric vessels, has a partnership with a leading ferry operator and a technology spin off. I sat down on one of the company's founders, Espen Larsen-Hakkebo, on one of his boats during a trip to Oslo to talk about the company journey and the idea for the tech companyAlso I have a slip from a conversation I had with the Engebret Dahm, CEO of ship owner Klaveness Combination Carriers about their decarbonisation plans and also spoke to MAN ES about one of the topics Dahl spoke about, the needs for the engines and the fuel