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NEWS / Podcast: Marc Eisma: Climate change adaptation in Europe's busiest port
Category: Features, Transport & Communications

Image: Singapore Express by night, Amazone haven, Port of Rotterdam. Photo by AlfvanBeem/Wikimedia (public domain).

By Will Bugler

In the previous episode of Acclimatise Conversations on Climate Change Adaptation we spoke with Isabelle Ryckbost of the European Seaports Association to find out about what ports were doing do adapt to climate impacts. One of the climate leaders that Isabelle mentioned was the Port of Rotterdam.

In this episode, we investigate what steps Europe's busiest seaport has put in place to make sure that it is resilient in the face of a changing climate. To learn more we caught up with Marc Eisma, advisor at the environmental management department of Rotterdam Port Authority.