On 1 January 2015, the City of Brussels had a total population of 175,534. The total area is 32.61km² which gives a population density of 5,464 inhabitants per km². As of 2007, there were approximately 50,000 registered non-Belgians in the City of Brussels.
At first, the City of Brussels was simply defined, being the area within the second walls of Brussels, the modern-day small ring. As the city grew, the surrounding villages grew as well, eventually growing into a contiguous city, though the local governments retained control of their respective areas.
The world’s first cargo ship that produces nearly zero planet-heating pollution is on track to set sail in 2026, according to one of the firms behind the project ...Green ammonia also has “drawbacks,” according to Faïg Abbasov, director of shipping at Transport & Environment, a Brussels-based non-profit.
Gudrun Janssens, Manager, Intergovernmental EngagementBrussels, Belgium highlights that ships worldwide will need to have an Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) in place, a requirement that comes into effect five years post-entry will contribute to a significant improvement in recycling ships safely and environmentally soundly.
I met Trevor Diacono around a year ago at il-Kamra ta' Fuq and we immediately agreed that we have to collaborate on a solo exhibition one day, and, ... yes Victor Diacono is Trevor's grandfather and Andrew Diacono is his uncle ... Trevor Diacono is a full-time artist in Brussels and all the exhibition pieces were executed there and shipped to Malta.
The Brussels and New York-listed firm agreed to buy one ship back in August, with an option for another to be lifted in the next two months ... The ships in question are young, with an average age of 5.3 years, and they will make Frontline the largest publicly traded tanker owner in ...
Yesterday’s announcement from Brussels not to extend the European Union’s legal framework which exempts liner shipping consortia from EU antitrust rules has sent shockwaves throughout global supply chains ... However, analysis by UK shipping consultancy Drewry argues that the EC’s decision could ultimately backfire on shippers.
BRUSSELS, Oct 10 (Reuters) - Cargo shipping companies will from next year no longer enjoy a decades-long exemption from EU rules against anti-competitive agreements because this derogation does not boost competition any more, EU antitrust regulators said on Tuesday.