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Port of Tallinn develops roadmap to carbon neutrality

The Port of Tallinn, Estonia’s largest port, has carried out detailed research to determine the various onshore and offshore CO2 emissions its operations product to help it develop the appropriate measures to meet its goal of becoming fully carbon neutral by 2050. In cooperation with the Estonian Maritime Academy of Tallinn University of Technology, the …

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The Port of Tallinn, Estonia’s largest port, has carried out detailed research to determine the various onshore and offshore CO2 emissions its operations product to help it develop the appropriate measures to meet its goal of becoming fully carbon neutral by 2050. In cooperation with the Estonian Maritime Academy of Tallinn University of Technology, the …

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