A proposed framework for managing environmental causes and consequences of ocean traffic and ports
In: European decision sciences institute (EDSI2016), 7th annual conference
The water footprint in decision sciences, Helsinki May 24-27 2016, conference proceedings
Grant, David B.; Elliott, M. (Michael), 1952 November 3-
Ocean pollution; Logistics and supply chain management; Ten tenets; DAPSI(W)R(M) problem structuring; Bow-tie analysis
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Paper presented at European Decision Sciences Institute (ED2016), 7th Annual Conference, 24th to 27th May 2016, Helsinki.
The cumulative and in-combination effects of ocean shipping and port operations need addressing via a detailed, rigorous and holistic framework of risk assessment and risk management. This aims to protect the natural system while at the same time obtaining societal benefits from the seas. This paper proposes a conceptual framework that integrates both an ISO industry standard risk assessment and management framework (Bow-tie analysis) and the DAPSI(W)R(M) analysis supported by the ten-tenets criteria to provide guidance for all stakeholders, including industry and government, to address these issues. Water pollution stemming from maritime logistics and SCM are used to illustrate this framework.
- Grant, D. & Elliott, M. (2016). A proposed framework for managing environmental causes and consequences of ocean traffic and ports. European Decision Sciences Institute (EDSI2016), 7th Annual Conference: The Water Footprint in Decision Sciences, Helsinki May 24-27 2016, Conference Proceedings, Aalto University School of Business, p 204-217, ISBN 978-952-60-1102-8.
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- This is a copy of a paper accepted for publication in European decision sciences institute (EDS2016), 7th annual conference : The water footprint in decision sciences, Helsinki May 24-27 2016, conference proceedings.
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