Contemporary Environmental Issues in Port and Shipping Industries
To identify contemporary issues for ports and shipping in the field of the environment. To discuss how the sectors are performing in terms of environmental protection and management. To analyse environmental protection standards and requirements, and to present how port and shipping operators are implementing them. To examine cases of best practice in the monitoring and control of port activities and air pollution from ships. To provide economic explanations for maritime environmental regulations and to discuss the market instruments for the control of ship-originated pollutio
The student will be able to describe/identify/explain/discuss/analyse:
The current changes and evolution in environmental standards for port and shipping
The way operators (shipping companies and ports) deal with these new requirements
Monitoring environmental issues in ports and shipping industries
Dr. Moon is currently the INMARSAT CHAIR Professor of World Maritime University. Dr. Moon earned his Ph.D. degree in Port Economics from Cardiff University, UK. His area of teaching and research has been closely related to ports in terms of management, operation and logistics. He also has a specialty in Maritime Education & Training (MET) based upon his experiences in educating students at Korea Maritime University (KMU) where he has worked for more than 25 years.