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Environmentally differentiated port dues

Report
Authors Linda Styhre
J von Bahr
Rickard Bergqvist
S Bäckström
Marta Gonzalez-Aregall
C Hult
K Jivén
R Karlsson
Lars-Göran Malmberg
R Parsmo
Pernilla Rendahl
Åsa Romson
Ann-Sophie Sallander
S Sköld
Thomas Sterner
I Vierth
H Winnes
Publisher IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute
Place of publication Gothenburg
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Law
Department of Business Administration, Industrial and Financial Management & Logistics
Department of Economics
Language en
Keywords Sustainability, Port Dues, differentiated port dues
Subject categories Business Administration

Abstract

This is the final report of the research project Environmentally differentiated port dues. The purposes of the research are to examine how environmentally differentiated dues and incentives in ports can reduce the environmental impact caused by transport modes that call at the port, and their consequences from legal, political and goods flow perspectives. Both land and sea transport are addressed. The project examines how ports, as important parts of international transport chains, can contribute to the environmental and climate objectives, by introducing environmentally differentiated port dues to promote a shift to more environmentally efficient transport, vehicles, ships, technologies and alternative fuels.

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