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Gareth Evans

Dr Gareth Evans spent nearly twenty years, developing and implementing commercial R&D, waste/water recycling and pollution control programmes, gaining experience in land and wetland management, project management and pilot plant design/commissioning. He was also responsible for feasibility studies for European 5th framework programme and involved as a consultant on a projects in the UK, Europe, Turkey and Tasmania. A member of the European Federation of Biotechnology, he was then approached to lead the Environmental Biotechnology teaching at the University of Durham. He now writes extensively on environmental, scientific and technical subjects in a variety of international magazines and online media.

All articles by Gareth Evans

  1. Warships of the future: how will the Royal Navy sail in 2050?

    Innovative ship design has played a significant part in the success of the Royal Navy since the middle of the…
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    15 Nov
  2. India’s shipyards – on the rise?

    In February, in his address to the Indian Maritime University, President Pranab Mukherjee spoke of the essential role that shipbuilding…
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    6 Jan
  3. Treating ballast water: a bouyant market

    For as long as sailors have ploughed the seas, a whole range of marine life has been stealing a passage…
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    14 Dec
  4. Suez Canal: ready for a new era?

    The project was included in most of the main candidates’ 2012 election campaigns, though not the now-ousted President Morsi, who…
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    30 Mar
  5. Private marine security – the best option for tackling piracy?

    "The problem is driven by a variety of things; greed, poverty and a vulnerable maritime industry," says Captain William H….
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    10 Oct
  6. Continuous emissions monitoring – sailing into murky waters?

    With new international standards forthcoming from the IMO, and a number of regional and national regulators in the process of…
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    10 Sep
  7. Ship recycling – EU draft regulations spell hope for a growing controversy

    In 2012 alone, one European ship a day was consigned to such sub-standard beaching yards in South Asia, according to…
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    24 Jul
  8. A world afloat: why seaborne trade will double before 2030

    According to Global Marine Trends 2030 – a jointly produced report from Lloyd’s Register, QinetiQ and Strathclyde University, looking at…
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    12 Jun
  9. Is climate change rewriting the global shipping map?

    Arctic sea-ice reached a record new, all-time low in 2012, according to Nasa, with sea ice covering only 1.58m square…
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    26 Aug
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