Annual Review 2016
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The global shipping industry, represented by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) throughout the United Nations Climate Change Conference, greatly welcomes the ‘Paris Agreement’, adopted unanimously on 12 December by 195 nations.
Submitted by ICS, Sub-Committee on Human Element, Training and Watchkeeping, 3rd Session, Agenda Item 8, December 2015.
Submitted by ICS, Sub-Committee on Navigation, Communications and Search and Rescue, 3rd Session, Agenda Item 18, November 2015.
Entry Into Force of IMO Ballast Convention will not Resolve the Extreme Difficulties in the U.S. Says ICS
ICS notes that the IMO Secretary General has announced that the Ballast Water Management Convention will enter into force worldwide from 24 November 2016, following ratification by Indonesia (subject to IMO’s verification of the gross tonnage data relating to Indonesia’s registered fleet).
The United Nations (UNFCCC) has published a Synthesis Report analysing the impact of the pledges made by 146 nations to reduce CO2 emissions in advance of next week’s Climate Change Conference in Paris.
Maritime trade is a driver for green growth and is already by far the most carbon efficient mode of commercial transport. But the shipping industry is committed to delivering further dramatic CO2 reductions. This brochure highlights dramatic progress already made by the international shipping industry in reducing its carbon footprint and outlines the industry's commitment to further reductions going forward.
Submitted by ICS and Interferry, Sub-Committee on Human Element, Training and Watchkeeping, 3rd Session, Agenda Item 10, October 2015.
The annual Tripartite meeting between shipowners, shipbuilders and classification societies was held in Seoul, Republic of Korea on 16 and 17 October 2015. The meeting was attended by 100 high level representatives of the industry, including chairmen and executives of the Round Table Associations (BIMCO, ICS, Intercargo and INTERTANKO) and OCIMF, IACS with its Class Society Members and CESS with the Shipbuilder Associations.
C/ES.28/9/1 – Principles to be Considered in the Review of Existing Requirements and the Development of New Requirements
Submitted by Jamaica, Liberia, Marshall Islands, Panama, the United Kingdom, BIMCO, IACS, ICS, Intercargo and Intertanko Council, 28th Extraordinary Session, Agenda Item 9, October 2015.