World maritime trade lost momentum in 2018, with volumes expanding at 2.7 per cent, below the historical averages of 3.0 per cent and 4.1 per cent recorded in 2017. Total volumes are estimated to have reached 11 billion tons, an all-time high, according to UNCTAD records.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Protection of Environment and Public Service Committee Vs M/s. Simar Port Pvt. Ltd. & Others dated 13/08/2019 regarding Environment Clearance (EC) and Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) Clearance granted by the MoEF&CC on 05.03.2019 to M/s. Simar Port Pvt. Ltd., Gujarat for construction of 2800m breakwater.

Both BPT and JNPT have particularly indicated the potential navigation issues and environment hazard as at least two of these oil vessels — TAG 6 and TAG 22 — are lying tangled in the sea.

Wildlife trafficking is the illegal cross-border trade in live wildlife, wildlife products or their derivatives, both of fauna and flora. It is one of the most lucrative types of transnational crime along with the illegal trade in drugs, counterfeit goods and human trafficking.

Port Development and Competition in East and Southern Africa analyzes the 15 main ports in East and Southern Africa (ESA) to assess whether their proposed capacity enhancements are justified by current and projected demand; whether the current port management approaches sufficiently address not only the maritime capacity needs but also other imp

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sayyed Mohammed Sabir Usman Vs Union of India & Others dated 15/05/2019 regarding grant of Environmental and Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) Clearance for extension of Breakwater at Chhara Port, village Chhara Sarkhadi, Taluka Kodinar, district Gir Somnath, Gujarat by M/s Simar Port Private Limited.

Shedding its earlier image of a rustic, unclean port to emerge as one of the most environmentally-friendly ports in the country, Visakhapatnam Port Trust has achieved an enviable turnaround in enha

Order of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Essar Bulk Terminal Limited & Others Vs The State of Gujarat & Others dated 29/03/2019 regarding expansion of port limits in Hazira. Supreme Court directs that “Out of 195 hectares of reclaimed land, 140 hectares will be further leased to Essar Bulk Terminal Limited and 55 Hectares land will be kept by GMB for future project.”

Environmentalists in northeast Kenya are campaigning against a major construction project which they say is taking place on land grabbed illegally.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Pratap Badlani Vs State of Madhya Pradesh dated 21/02/2019 regarding illegal expansion of Kandala Port and also illegal activities of Kandala Port Trust (KPT) in setting up interconnecting pipeline, in violation of Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) norms. Gujarat Coastal Z

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