The GreenPort Congress is a meeting place for the port community, as well as a platform for the exchange of information, to discuss and learn the latest in sustainable environmental practice, which are vital to future challenges.
The 2023 congress will cover a wide range of themes including Climate Change, Green Bunkering and Offshore Renewables, Energy Efficiency, Waste Management and Circular Economy, Carbon Neutral Ports, Blue Growth, Digitalization and Innovation, and Infrastructure Development covering both the cargo and cruise segment.
The GreenPort Congress brings together the whole port community. Among the participants there are port authorities, as well as terminal operators, shipping lines, logistics companies, environmental and energy managers, planners, key cruise and commercial operators.
To mark the 135th anniversary of the Port of Lisbon, GreenPort Congress and Cruise will showcase this vibrant port city to Europe from 18-20 October.
Port of Lisbon is the third-largest port in Portugal, visited by more than 2000 vessels every year and has a container capacity of more than 1Million TEU. Its 14 terminals, that handled more than 11 million tons in 2022, allow the port to receive different types of cargo: containers, liquid, and solid bulk and breakbulk and offers a complete network of connections with the main ports of the world. The state-of-the-art cruise terminal in 2022 saw around 500,000 passengers and 327 calls. With a unique location in the Tagus estuary, holding vast areas of Natura 2000 network, and surrounded by 11 municipalities, the port must assemble economic, social, cultural, and environmental interests.