A massive scaling up of finance for research and development is essential to achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050, says report by International Chamber of Shipping and global engineering, environmental and strategic consultancy Ricardo.
CEOs of the largest shipping companies in the world, climate representatives and maritime ministers to convene on decarbonising the sector at COP26.
ICS statement on the outcomes of the Intersessional Working Group on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships October 2021
Ahead of COP26, International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) commits global industry to net zero 2050 target, setting out a pathway to industry’s UN regulator
IATA, ICS, IRU and ITF pen letter warning of global transport system ‘collapse’
IRU, the world road transport organisation, IATA, the International Air Transport Association, ICS, the International Chamber of Shipping, and ITF, the International Transport Workers’ Federation, have come together to make an urgent plea to the world’s heads of government and the United Nations Agencies to remove restrictions hampering the free movement of transport workers, and guarantee and facilitate their free and safe movement.
Global shipping bodies have revealed a host of high-profile names who will be attending a cross-industry decarbonisation conference at COP26.
On the first day of London International Shipping Week, the International Chamber of Shipping has published new and updated guidance to protect seafarers and shipowners against the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
The International Chamber of Shipping has put forward a comprehensive proposal for a global levy on carbon emissions from ships, in what would be a first for any industrial sector.
A continued downward trend in Somali piracy has prompted leading shipping organisations to reduce the geographic boundaries of the ‘High Risk Area’ (HRA) for piracy in the Indian Ocean