Global Sulphur Cap 2020 - what to do?
The next big thing in the shipping world is the Global Sulphur Cap 2020, a cap on sulphur emissions to air which will enter into... > Read more
Annual Summit 2017 on Consolidation and Growth
This year's Annual Summit takes place at Losby Gods on Thursday 27 and Friday 28 April. The topic is Consolidation for Sustainab... > Read more
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Wallem Group new member
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Jo Shipping AS new member
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Steinvender AS new member
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Danish Ship Finance new member
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DNV GL meetings in Oslo and Bergen 1 and 3 June12. May 2016
Global Opportunity Report 2016 – Business a key activist in turning global risks into opportunities
Bjørn K. Haugland, DNV GL Group Chief Sustainability Officer and Cecilie Hultmann, Project Manager Global Opportunity Report, DNV GL Group
Five global risks turned into 15 opportunities. That is the essence of the Global Opportunity Report, which stems from a survey of 5,567 business, governmental and social leaders across five continents. The key findings include:
- 42% of the leaders consulted rate youth unemployment as today’s most pressing global risk
- Corporate leaders see greatest business potential in getting youth in to work
- Business leaders have faith in the technology and the economy to address societal risks, but want politicians to do more
- Leaders see potential for new business in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the UN last year.
Technology Outlook 2025 – On the cusp of a technological revolution
Christos Chryssakis (PhD), Group Leader, Energy Efficiency & Fuels
Technology Outlook 2025 presents a view of the technology developments that we can expect to see applied over the next decade. The mantra for technology development in the decade ahead will be implementation and allowing novel but existing technologies to achieve real scale and meaning.
Regulatory updates on environment and technology
Tore Longva, Principal Consultant, International Regulatory Affairs – DNV GL and Arnstein Eknes, Segment Director for Special Ships – DNV GL
The latest updates within the regulatory framework for environment and technology.
The seminar is free of charge. Sign up for Oslo here or Bergen here, or send an email to email@example.com
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