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A Study on Ports’ Emissions in the Adriatic Sea

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Environmental sustainability and energy efficiency are some of the most challenging objectives to be pursued in port areas. In this context, the SUSPORT project aims to provide its contribution, affecting the Adriatic area. In the initial phase, before applying new technologies/solutions to enhance port sustainability, the baseline status shall be assessed in order to evaluate the impact of tested measures. To this end, a review of the peculiarities of the main ports of the Adriatic Sea (Italian and Croatian), including the evaluation of their carbon footprint should be carried out. The present work reports the results of this phase, focusing on the main statistics of the involved ports and their greenhouse gases inventory at an aggregated level.

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This work was entirely financed by “SUSPORT – SUStainable PORTs” Interreg Italy-Croatia 2014–2020 project.

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Braidotti, L., Mazzarino, M. (2022). A Study on Ports’ Emissions in the Adriatic Sea. In: Gervasi, O., Murgante, B., Misra, S., Rocha, A.M.A.C., Garau, C. (eds) Computational Science and Its Applications – ICCSA 2022 Workshops. ICCSA 2022. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 13381. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-10548-7_8

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