This guidance is intended to raise awareness of the requirements of the European MRV Regulation and to remind members of some of the key requirements. It includes a link to the European Commission website where a range of further guidance and links to the regulatory documents and FAQs can be found.
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Submitted by Canada, Finland, Georgia, the Marshall Islands, Norway, the Republic of Korea, Turkey, CMI, ICS and P&I Clubs Legal Committee, 105th Session, Agenda Item 11, January 2018.
Submitted by Antigua and Barbuda, Italy, Liberia, Marshall Islands, Panama, ICS, BIMCO, ICHCA, OCIMF, INTERTANKO, SIGTTO and NI, Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Construction, 5th Session, Agenda Item 10, November 2017.
MSC 98/15/[X] – Further international actions in response to the migrant crisis in the Central Mediterranean
Submitted by ICS, Maritime Safety Committee, 98th Session, Agenda Item 15, April 2017.
EU Member States Must Reject European Parliament’s Proposal to Include Global Shipping into Regional CO2 Trading System
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) – which represents over 80% of the world merchant fleet – says it is ‘disappointed but not surprised’ by today’s vote in the European Parliament to propose that international shipping (including non-EU flag ships) should be incorporated into the EU Emissions Trading System from 2023.
Submitted by Greece, Sweden, the United Kingdom, ICS, BIMCO, IACS, INTERCARGO and INTERTANKO, Council, 117th Session, Agenda Item 14, November 2016.
Proposals to compel ships, regardless of flag, to pay for European Union ship recycling licences when calling at EU ports, will undermine efforts by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to improve working and environmental conditions in developing nations, where most ship recycling yards are located.
Submitted by Italy, ICS, INTERCARGO, The International Group of P&I Clubs and BIMCO, Sub-Committee on Carriage of Cargoes and Containers, 3rd Session, Agenda Item 5, July 2016.
Manila June 25, 2016: Gerardo Borromeo, Vice Chairman of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) took the opportunity today to highlight the courage that is currently being displayed by seafarers, of all nationalities, with respect to the rescue at sea crisis taking place in Europe and in the Mediterranean.
The member national shipowners' associations of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) have agreed to commence a co-ordinated campaign aimed at European Union (EU) institutions, including Member States, Parliament and the European Commission