Over the past 100 years of shipping, vessels have been powered by sail, coal and oil and gas. Now, in response to the climate crisis, the industry has committed to decarbonise by using more efficient technologies, lower emission fuels and ultimately moving to new zero carbon fuel sources created from renewable energy. Increasing the speed and scale of the transition will be vital. Learn about what is already being done to bring into service zero- and lower-carbon ships and what is needed to increase the pace of this deployment.
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Join Singapore's Senior Minister of State, Chee Hong Tat and industry experts to discuss the global trade outlook for 2021 and shipping's performance.
How is Shipping's 4th Propulsion Revolution going to be financed?
Infrastructure transformation will be critical to shipping's decarbonisation and collaboration between all stakeholders will be key. Hear how ports, cities and fuel providers will play a role on the road to net zero.
Ship Recycling comes under the spotlight in the latest Leadership Insights - LIVE.
Leaders discuss maritime safety and security and the rise of piracy incidents in the latest ICS Leadership Insights series
The changing risk landscape for shipping comes under the spotlight in this latest discussion in the ICS Leadership Insights series
Leaders discuss the future of seafarers at the latest ICS Leadership Insights series
An exploration of how laws and global governance impact shipping, from liablity to technological innovation
How countries can benefit from a reduction in maritime protectionism