This study is made by the Maritime Energy & Sustainable Development (MESD) Centre of Excellence and has received research funding from the Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI). Launched in October 2017, Maritime Energy & Sustainable Development (MESD) Centre of Excellence is jointly ...
On average, the shipping sector is responsible for 3% of annual global green-house gas emissions on a CO2-equivalent basis. International shipping represents around 9% of the global emissions associated with the transport sector.This report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) expl...
Source: Advanced Science NewsDate: 20 May 2020A promising approach to establishing a circular water economy and improved technologies requires active involvement and collaboration from all members of society.Onboard the International Space Station (ISS), one liter of water costs more than 10,000 Eur...
Clean water and sanitation are essential for human life. Each person requires at least 20 to 50 liters of clean water each day for drinking, cooking, and hygiene. Unfortunately, half of the world population still lacks access to clean water and sanitation. The more dire condition can be felt in conf...
Source: The VergeDate: 4 May 2020They could be a better option than towering seawallsWhen a tsunami slams into a coast, parks with rolling hills could provide about as much protection as towering seawalls, according to the authors of a new paper published in the journal Proceedings of the Natio...
​Source: The ConversationDate: 22 April 2020​Indonesia is a tropical country with year-round sunshine. My research on how Indonesia can generate electricity entirely from renewable energy has calculated the country has the potential to generate about 640,000 Terrawatt-hours (TWh) per year from solar...
​Jakarta - A Joint Steering Committee Meeting on the bilateral cooperation between Indonesia and the Netherlands in the water sector was held on 9th March 2020. This bilateral cooperation has been transferred to the newly signed MoU on water management, circular economy, and water quality.One o...
​Source: Forests NewsDate: 24 March 2020​Indonesia - The characteristics of mangroves in a range of ecosystems – from undisturbed natural settings to areas where considerable land-use changes have occurred – should be evaluated to properly assess country-level blue carbon emissions accounting, accor...
​The 2020 edition of the World Water Development Report (WWDR 2020) entitled 'Water and Climate Change' aims at helping the water community to tackle the challenges of climate change and informing the climate change community about the opportunities that improved water management offers in terms of ...
​The material below was prepared and presented by Ibu Maria Kartika from Boskalis International Indonesia for Port Academy 2020.The presentation provided the participants and others with a deeper knowledge of Boskalis histories in Indonesia, what their activities are in Indonesia, what they do for t...
​The material below was prepared by Bapak Radityo Pradhana from Port of Rotterdam for Port Academy 2020.The presentation provided the participants and others with a deeper knowledge of what the concept of eco-port is, what the challenges are in the logistics sector, and what are being done to tackle...
​The material below was prepared and presented by Ibu Irene Hutapea from Van Oord Indonesia for Port Academy 2020.The presentation provided the participants and others with a deeper knowledge of what Van Oord activities are in Indonesia, the types of equipment they use for carrying their activities,...
​The material below was prepared and presented by Bapak Lukijanto from the Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investments for Port Academy 2020.The presentation provided the participants and others with a deeper knowledge of what the role of the Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs...
Tanjung Priok as the pioneer of the sustainable port in Indonesia will be needing 3 major aspects to be fulfilled, such as trade, tourism, and fisheries. The idea that we want to develop including optimizing the use of Tanjung Priok port as a place for cruises to berth and attracts the tourists to v...
As an Eastern Asia hub, Port of Tanjung Priok needs to develop its existences holistically. We should pay close attention to the myriad problems. By problem analysis, we considered two parameters in abscissa and ordinate to decide the main problem. We propose two solutions that can be implemented to...