Complementing our mission to improve the safety and environmental sustainability of the maritime industry, RightShip is a proud carbon-neutral organisation.Read More
Being carbon-neutral involves purchasing carbon credits to offset the emissions associated with the business operation of our three global offices, including international flights and employee travel to and from work.
It was estimated that the net total carbon emissions for RightShip during 2016 / 2017 was 951 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalents (tCO2-e)1, which were offset to support the Lavers Hill Conservation efforts in the Great Otway National Park, Australia.
Through the carbon offset program, RightShip is upholding its commitment to provide leadership in environmental sustainability to the international shipping industry.
1 Pangolin Associates – Greenhouse Gas Assessment for RightShip Pty Ltd FY 2016/17
RightShip provides carbon offset sponsorship of selected maritime industry events, working with organisers to take responsibility for emissions associated with the event and to lead in climate change action.
The carbon footprint of the event is estimated, taking into consideration the number of attendees, the location and length of the event,and the accommodation and travel requirements of the delegates.
RightShip then purchases the required number of carbon offset credits to make the event carbon-neutral. A carbon offset certificate is awarded to the conference, highlighting the commitment of both RightShip and the organisers to compensate for the environmental impact of their event.
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In 2017, organisers of the following conferences collectively offset 3,658 tonnes of CO2e, making the maritime industry more sustainable – one event at a time!
RightShip is committed to making a difference to the maritime sector.Read More
Alongside our mission to make our seas safer and minimise the environmental impact of international shipping, we believe we make a difference by supporting not-for-profit maritime organisations, including those that work towards improving the wellbeing of seafarers.
In the past two years we have supported the following organisations:
RightShip also support staff fundraising efforts by matching their total raised dollar-for-dollar (up to $200) per event or cause.
Actively engaging with the wider industry to make our seas safer and more sustainable is a core aspect of RightShip’s business.Read More
RightShip has a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) to better address and understand the industry’s human element, and is a signatory to the Poseidon Challenge working towards zero fatalities, zero pollution and zero detentions.
Encouraging industry-best safety standards, members of leading industry associations are recognised on the Qi platform.
RightShip is a founding member the World Ocean Council, a not-for-profit organisation which seeks to catalyse collaboration in ocean sustainability and stewardship, tackling global marine environmental issues and advancing “Corporate Ocean Responsibility”.
RightShip also recognise the important role that the group of Marine Environment Protection Associations (HELMEPA, AUSMEPA, CYMEPA and NAMEPA) undertake to promote sound environmental practice. RightShip is currently working with AUSMEPA to build the Maritime Emissions Portal, which will provide transparency surrounding air emissions in a port area, allowing for emissions reduction schemes and port benchmarking.
TradeWinds will host its signature Shipowners Forum for the first time in Japan on 13th November. RightShip are pleased to be Carbon Offset Sponsors of the event & our CEO Martin Crawford-Brunt will be representing the team in Tokyo.
Raising the bar for shipping conferences worldwide, the Forum’s attendee-lists read like a ‘who’s who’ of shipping – VIP guests, executives of shipowner principals and leading charterers make up 80% of the delegates, with the remainder sponsors and maritime service providers.
Innovative players from Japan and overseas will meet to discuss their strategies to manage and succeed. Delegates will also hear the outlook on markets and the global economy from influential speakers in 2 lively discussion sessions.
TradeWinds Forums are known for interactive debates and the delegates will be encouraged to download an app that will allow them to contribute to the discussions on the stage. A short networking reception will then bring the conference to a close.Visit Event Website
The Sustainable Ocean Summit provides a global platform for leading international companies and organizations to advance the development and implementation of industry-driven solutions to ocean sustainability challenges.
The theme of the 2018 event is ‘Ocean Sustainable Development – Connecting Asia and the World’, and it will bring together stakeholders from all areas of the maritime community.
We are once again proud to be Carbon Offset Sponsors of the 2018 conference, purchasing carbon credits to help deliver a carbon-neutral event. RightShip’s Senior Sustainability Officer Sarah Braude will be representing RightShip at the event.Visit Event Website
Tanker Shipping & Trade, held in London, brings together professionals from across the entire tanker shipping industry to discuss business, operational and technical issues impacting the crude, products & chemical tanker trades.
David Peel (Manager – EMEA) & Marc Forster (Marine Standards & Compliance Manager) from our London office will be representing RightShip at the conference & will be involved in a panel discussion.Visit Event Website
Our VP Americas Anuj Chopra is once again a speaker at this year’s Mare Forum in Houston, where the theme is ‘Maritime Transportation of Energy’.
The forum will discuss the management of economic & regulatory developments over the past year, and the impact on shipping, ports, waterways & the energy industry.Visit Event Website