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Created Date Thursday, 01 June 2017
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An analysis of the relation between the non-tariff barrier of waste disposal treatment service and foreign capital companies

Title:

An analysis of the relation between the non-tariff barrier of waste disposal treatment service and foreign capital companies

Author:

So Sasaki

Year:

2017

Source:

APEC Environmental Services Workshop , Ha Noi, Vietnam

Created Date Thursday, 01 June 2017
Modified Date Friday, 02 June 2017
Filesize 1.03 Megabytes

The information of waste disposal treatment service by foreign capital companies

Title:

The information of waste disposal treatment service by foreign capital companies

Author:

So Sasaki

Year:

2017

Source:

APEC Environmental Services Workshop , Ha Noi, Vietnam

Created Date Thursday, 01 June 2017
Modified Date Friday, 02 June 2017
Filesize 2.61 Megabytes

Environmental Services and Growth strategy in the Water sector

Title:

Environmental Services and Growth strategy in the Water sector

Author:

Shinya Suzuki

Year:

2017

Source:

APEC Environmental Services Workshop , Ha Noi, Vietnam

Created Date Thursday, 01 June 2017
Modified Date Friday, 02 June 2017
Filesize 1.23 Megabytes

Environmental damage remediation: the point of view of a service provider

Title:

Environmental damage remediation: the point of view of a service provider

Author:

Nicolas Renard

Year:

2017

Source:

APEC Environmental Services Workshop , Ha Noi, Vietnam

Created Date Thursday, 01 June 2017
Modified Date Friday, 02 June 2017
Filesize 3.16 Megabytes

Recycling solid waste: a step ahead towards the circular economy

Title:

Recycling solid waste: a step ahead towards the circular economy

Author:

Nicolas Renard

Year:

2017

Source:

APEC Environmental Services Workshop , Ha Noi, Vietnam

Created Date Thursday, 01 June 2017
Modified Date Friday, 02 June 2017
Filesize 900 Kilobytes

Environmental Damage Remediation Services: APEC Sector Study

Title:

Environmental Damage Remediation Services: APEC Sector Study

Author:

Juliana Ding

Year:

2017

Source:

APEC Environmental Services Workshop , Ha Noi, Vietnam

Created Date Thursday, 01 June 2017
Modified Date Friday, 02 June 2017
Filesize 464 Kilobytes

Synergies between environmental goods and services and policy implications

Title:

Synergies between environmental goods and services and policy implications

Author:

Jehan Sauvage

Year:

2017

Source:

APEC Environmental Services Workshop , Ha Noi, Vietnam

Created Date Thursday, 01 June 2017
Modified Date Friday, 02 June 2017
Filesize 4.97 Megabytes

Total Water Management: Trends and Advances

Title:

Total Water Management: Trends and Advances

Author:

Albert Samuela

Year:

2017

Source:

APEC Environmental Services Workshop , Ha Noi, Vietnam

Created Date Monday, 16 May 2016
Modified Date Monday, 16 May 2016
Filesize 382 Kilobytes

Executive Summary 2016 - Sustainability and Beautification of Ports

Title:

Executive Summary 2016 - Sustainability and Beautification of Ports

Year:

2016

Source:

Seminar 2: Sustainability and Beautification of Ports, Korea.

Created Date Monday, 16 May 2016
Modified Date Monday, 16 May 2016
Filesize 1.02 Megabytes

APRIL – A Sustainable Forestry Company

Title:

APRIL – A Sustainable Forestry Company

Author:

Tony Wenas

Year:

2016

Source:

PECC-The Jakarta Post Conference 2016: Global Challenges and Regional Solutions: Engaging Stakeholders | Jakarta, Indonesia

Created Date Monday, 16 May 2016
Modified Date Monday, 16 May 2016
Filesize 906 Kilobytes

Implications of the Paris Climate Change Deal for the Region

Title:

Implications of the Paris Climate Change Deal for the Region

Author:

Soogil Young

Year:

2016

Source:

PECC-The Jakarta Post Conference 2016: Global Challenges and Regional Solutions: Engaging Stakeholders | Jakarta, Indonesia

Created Date Thursday, 21 April 2016
Modified Date Thursday, 21 April 2016
Filesize 1.18 Megabytes

Environmental and Safety Concerns: Ports and Shipping

Title:

Environmental and Safety Concerns: Ports and Shipping

Author:

Charles Morrison

Year:

2016

Source:

Seminar 2: Sustainability and Beautification of Ports, Korea.

Created Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Modified Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Filesize 3.90 Megabytes

Impact of air pollutants from ships on coastal population

Title:

Impact of air pollutants from ships on coastal population

Author:

Young-Tae Chang

Year:

2016

Source:

Seminar 2: Sustainability and Beautification of Ports, Korea.

Created Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Modified Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Filesize 831 Kilobytes

Mitigation of on-shore and near-shore pollution at ports and from vessels – IAPH’s initiative to reduce emissions from ports

Title:

Mitigation of on-shore and near-shore pollution at ports and from vessels – IAPH’s initiative to reduce emissions from ports

Author:

Susumu Naruse

Year:

2016

Source:

Seminar 2: Sustainability and Beautification of Ports, Korea.

Created Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Modified Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Filesize 4.38 Megabytes

Implications of GHG reduction targets and a mandatory IMO CO2 data collection system for international shipping

Title:

Implications of GHG reduction targets and a mandatory IMO CO2 data collection system for international shipping

Author:

Han-Seon Park

Year:

2016

Source:

Seminar 2: Sustainability and Beautification of Ports, Korea.

Created Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Modified Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Filesize 32.26 Megabytes

Measuring Perceived Impacts of Developing New Deep Sea Port: Pakbara Port in Thailand

Title:

Measuring Perceived Impacts of Developing New Deep Sea Port: Pakbara Port in Thailand

Author:

Pairach Piboonrungroj, Nattapong Punnoi, Pimpika Chawalit, Benjenop Buranasiri

Year:

2016

Source:

Seminar 2: Sustainability and Beautification of Ports, Korea.

Created Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Modified Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Filesize 1.92 Megabytes

The spill-over effects of a port shutdown from the perspective of X-events

Title:

The spill-over effects of a port shutdown from the perspective of X-events

Author:

Min-Kyu Lee

Year:

2016

Source:

Seminar 2: Sustainability and Beautification of Ports, Korea.

Created Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Modified Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Filesize 1.65 Megabytes

Role of 3D modeling to reduce impact on Port environment

Title:

Role of 3D modeling to reduce impact on Port environment

Author:

Michel de Vos

Year:

2016

Source:

Seminar 2: Sustainability and Beautification of Ports, Korea.

Created Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Modified Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Filesize 2.46 Megabytes

The APSN Green Port Award System

Title:

The APSN Green Port Award System

Author:

Dong Yan

Year:

2016

Source:

Seminar 2: Sustainability and Beautification of Ports, Korea.

Created Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Modified Date Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Filesize 1.54 Megabytes

Dredging and building new port facilities to accommodate larger vessels with respect to environmental concerns

Title:

Dredging and building new port facilities to accommodate larger vessels with respect to environmental concerns

Author:

Boris Peytermann

Year:

2016

Source:

Seminar 2: Sustainability and Beautification of Ports, Korea.

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