Today, 90% of global trade in goods relies on maritime transport, which is responsible for 3% of global CO2 emissions. In order to reduce the environmental impact, stakeholders are developing groundbreaking technology to decarbonise maritime transport and design innovative vessels that are both efficient and green.
Organized by the Nantes Saint-Nazaire Développement agency since 2021, Wind for Goods is today the only international event dedicated to wind-powered shipping.
It brings together all the leaders in the sector to present the concrete solutions and innovations that will decarbonise maritime freight transport, and to discuss the key advantages and challenges of this sector, which is working to protect our maritime environment.
You also have the opportunity to participate in the Grand jeu Wind for Goods, a serious game created by Jade Guilbot, a student at the Ecole de Design de Nantes Atlantique, working in collaboration with Nantes Saint-Nazaire Développement. Through this game, assist journalist Anaïs in writing her article and put your knowledge of sail transport to the test. Let's get started with the Grand Jeu Wind for Goods 2023
Glaciologist, member of The Explorers Club
General secretary, IWSA
Executive director, Ademe Investissement
Co-founder & COO, Bound4blue
General Director of Maritime Affairs, Fisheries and Aquaculture
President & Founder, Beyond the Sea