Leaders discuss the next important steps shipping must take to meet decarbonisation goals
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COP26 saw clear commitment from the shipping sector to press ahead with decarbonisation, despite continued uncertainty. This edition of ICS Leadership Insights - the first since COP26 - will consider the next steps the industry is taking on its decarbonisation pathway.
International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) sign a Partnership Agreement in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
A video of the highlights and vital conversations held at the Future of Shipping Conference on Saturday 6th November, during COP26
SSE 8/15/7 – Unified interpretation on liferaft, lifeboat and rescue boat equipment in the LSA Code, and the 1994 and 2000 HSC Codes
Agenda: UNIFIED INTERPRETATION OF PROVISIONS OF IMO SAFETY, SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENT-RELATED CONVENTIONS Submitted by: Marshall Islands, New Zealand, Panama, IACS, ICS, INTERMANAGER and INTERTANKO
The International Chamber of Shipping has released a statement Following the conclusion of the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) Maritime Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) 77, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) have released the following statement
Agenda: UNIFIED INTERPRETATION TO PROVISIONS OF IMO SAFETY, SECURITY, AND ENVIRONMENT-RELATED CONVENTIONS Submitted by: ICS and INTERTANKO
Governments decide on International Chamber of Shipping USD5 billion R&D fund to accelerate zero-carbon shipping in first ‘litmus test’ of COP 26 commitments
A critical meeting of the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC), held by the global shipping industry’s UN regulator, will decide whether to go ahead with a USD 5 billion R&D fund – the ‘IMO Maritime Research Fund (IMRF)’. The decision is what industry is calling the 'first litmus test' of government's decarbonisation commitments following COP26.
UN Global Compact and shipping industry confirm formation of ‘people-centred’ Task Force to ensure Just Transition to net-zero
In a landmark moment for maritime workers the formation of a Just Transition Maritime Task Force has been agreed to drive decarbonisation of the industry and support millions of seafarers through shipping’s green transition.
ICS and IMO meet with Green Climate Fund to discuss the provision of up to $1.5 million to accelerate zero carbon R&D fund
Green Climate Fund (GCF) discussed the possibility of an application to its Project Preparation Facility (PPF), worth up to USD 1.5 million, to fast-track the creation of shipping R&D Fund, that could be used to accelerate investment proposals to decarbonize the shipping industry.