The 2nd CCAPPTIA Conference Conference has successfully taken place on 28-30 June 2021. CCAPPTIA is an international forum that brings together leading experts, stakeholders, and right holders from academia, government, industry, consultants, interest groups, and community groups in addressing the challenges and opportunities posed by climate change and the Arctic. It strives to consolidate and coordinate global research and development activities related to strategy and policy implementation under the context of climate adaptation planning, as well as Arctic shipping and development.
Themed as Adaptation and Resilience of Transport and Logistics in the Post-Pandemic World that featured 27 speakers (including PortEconomics Members Thanos Pallis and Theo Notteboom, and Associate Members Jason Monios, Adolf K.Y. Ng, and Gordon Wilmsmeier) and 101 participants coming from five continents, the conference strives to offer important insight on how policymakers, practitioners, and scholars can work together to solve contemporary challenging problems in (maritime) transport and logistics. Presentation topics include key issues that range from how the maritime sector restructures due to the Covid-19 pandemic to the state-of-the-art methodologies in tackling Arctic shipping risks.
You can view the presentations freely here: www.ccapptia.com/21conference