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Collaborative approach

Discover Green Marine Europe's advisory committee.

Green Marine Europe’s uniqueness stems from the composition of its advisory committee that bring together the representatives from the industry, governments, research institutions and environmental organizations. These representatives contribute to various aspects of the program’s development. 

The advisory committee is a big part of Green Marine Europe’s collaborative success! The advisory committee makes it possible to highlight environmental issues of particular concern and explore various possible solutions through collaboration. Before adopting a change to the program, Green Marine Europe calls upon each committee to provide its point of view so that a new program criterion takes all candidates into consideration.

Green Marine Europe Advisory Committee


  • Philippe Cauneau, ADEME
  • David Bolduc, Green Marine North America
  • Nelly Grassin, Armateurs de France
  • Sophie Chapellier, Association professionnelle des chargeurs AUTF
  • Bruno Caillard, BCA Shipping
  • Vincent Coquen, Brittany Ferries
  • Céline Labelle, BRS Group
  • Lionel Adenet, Corsica Linea
  • Chloé Taverni, Corsica Linea
  • Christian Cosse, Cosse Consulting
  • Valter Selen, European Sea Ports Organisation
  • Christophe Seiller, EuroSIMA
  • Boris Fedorovsky, GICAN
  • Aurore Morin, IFAW
  • Sarah Skold, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute
  • Adrien Descour, La Méridionale
  • Christophe Séguinot, La Méridionale
  • Capucine Decoster, Léa Nature
  • Soenke Diesener, NABU (Nature And Biodiversity Conservation Union)
  • Paul Caudéran, Naval Group
  • Anouk Martin, Neoline
  • Ingvild Jenssen, NGO Shipbreaking Platform
  • Nadia Deckert, OceanCare
  • Stella Latil Opsealog
  • Colomban Monnier Opsealog
  • Boris Fournier, Outdoor Sports Valley
  • Wassim Daoud, Ponant
  • Mathilde Pollet, Ports de France
  • Fabien Delas, Volcom
  • Lise Détrimont, Wind Ship Association
  • Julia Umecka, Zéphyr et Borée

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The environmental certification program’s success is largely based on its ability to identify and address key issues related to sustainable maritime transportation.