Sustainable Sea Transport is about Supply Chains

To ensure sustainable sea transport in the Pacific, it is crucial to take a holistic approach and examine the entire supply chain. This means not only focusing on the vessels themselves, but also taking into account the infrastructure, logistics, and systems that support the movement of goods and people across the ocean. By considering the entire supply chain, we can identify areas where improvements can be made to reduce emissions, increase efficiency, and enhance safety. This might include optimizing shipping routes, improving port infrastructure, or investing in new technology to reduce fuel consumption. Ultimately, a sustainable sea transport system in the Pacific will require collaboration and coordination among all stakeholders, including shipping companies, ports, regulators, and governments.