Ports Australia Signs Up To The World Ports Sustainability Program
Ports Australia has accepted the invitation to join the World Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP).
Showcasing the work of Ports all around Australia that help improve the future for local communities, employees and the natural environment.
Ports see sustainability planning as essential to business success, to ensure we have an environment that is operational over the long-term and is supported by those we operate and interact with.
The Australian government is committed to achieving the UN SDGs. Ports can contribute to our nation's commitment by demonstrating leadership in our operational environment to create positive change.
Australia's Ports are working hard to make sure their positive impact is more than just economic. In Ports and a Sustainable Australia we have detailed just how Ports are making positive environmental and social for generations of Australians.
We have created a Sustainability Hub where you can explore just some of the projects happening around the country and in your back yard.
Ports consider Australia's sustainability as core to our daily operations and when planning for the future. Ports nationwide are running projects and initiatives that are improving Australia for future generations. We've captured some of those efforts in a new report.
Both the report and the projects below are organised according to the The World Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP) themes:
Projects that build and manage infrastructure in harmony with the local environment, benefits the local community, is resilient to climate conditions and considerate of the impact on the environment into the future.