As mudanças na indústria marítima e o desenvolvimento tecnológico

Ederaldo Godoy Junior, José Barbosa da Silva Filho, Andre Gonçalves de Lima

Abstract


O objetivo deste trabalho é apresentar os desafios presentes dentro da indústria marítimacomo uma oportunidade para expandir o desenvolvimento tecnológico, bem como quais ações e medidas podem ser adotadas para conciliar os desafios do almejado controle ambiental atrelado à alta eficiência das atividades desempenhadas por essa indústria. Os métodos utilizados foram pesquisa bibliográfica de caráter qualitativo com uma abordagem exploratória. Os resultados apresentados permitem concluir que a conciliação de tecnologias, junto a revisão por parte da IMO e esforços envidados às instalações portuárias para o controle de emissão de poluentes são as melhores linhas de ação a serem tomadas para conciliar as divergências presentes no cenário atual combinado ao controle ambiental.

Keywords


SOx, NOx, GHG, emissão de poluentes

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