IMO to Host World Maritime Day Symposium

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Monday, September 16, 2013
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IMO will host a special one-day symposium on a Sustainable Maritime Transportation System, on 26 September 2013, World Maritime Day.

The Symposium has been arranged in order to provide Member States, industry and other stakeholders an opportunity to discuss and reflect on the theme of this year’s World Maritime Day theme: "Sustainable Development: IMO's contribution beyond Rio+20".

As background for the Symposium, a Concept of a Sustainable Maritime Transportation System has been developed (the document can be downloaded via the link below ). The concept and symposium intend to provide an overview of the maritime transportation system’s contribution to the environmental, social and economic dimensions of sustainable development.

The symposium will include sessions on: sustainable development in a global context; the human component of sustainable maritime development; the role of new technology and innovation in sustainable maritime development; and supporting a sustainable maritime transportation system.

The provisional programme can be downloaded on the IMO website: www.imo.org 

'Concept of a Sustainable Maritime Transportation System' document is downloadable at: http://www.imo.org/About/Events/WorldMaritimeDay/WMD2013/Documents/CONCEPT%20OF%20%20SUSTAINABLE%20MARITIME%20TRANSPORT%20SYSTEM.pdf

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