A breakthrough year for industry action on emissions will only be meaningful if governments actively support decarbonised shipping, says Christopher J. Wiernicki, ABS Chairman, President and CEO.
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ICS is welcoming leaders on 21st June 2022 from across the world to a closed door summit to address and create practical solutions for the decarbonisation of the maritime industry.
MSC 106-16 – Proposal for a new output to amend MSC.1/Circ.1331 to address the safety risk to crew when rigging of safety netting from the ship’s deck to the outboard side of an accommodation ladder and/or gangway
Agenda: WORK PROGRAMME. Submitted by Denmark, Netherlands, ICS, IAPH, BIMCO, IMPA, IFSMA and IHMA
As shipowners deal with uncertainty over future fuel availability the World Port Climate Action Programme is developing a new tool to help assist ship operators access more precise and up to date information about where vessels can bunker zero emission fuels in the future
Governments and land-based industries must account for shipping in infrastructure and investment plans to support their own decarbonisation goals, says report
Decarbonisation and the creation of (net) zero carbon fuels presents a significant economic opportunity for shipowners, companies and countries, as fuel producers, importers and exporters. This summary report outlines how shipping will play a fundamental role in delivering these fuels globally and act as an enabler for governments and industries to achieve their climate targets.
Decarbonisation and the creation of (net) zero carbon fuels presents a significant economic opportunity for shipowners, companies and countries, as fuel producers, importers and exporters. This report presents new research that demonstrates how shipping will play a fundamental role in delivering these fuels globally and act as an enabler for governments and industries to achieve their climate targets.
As the world tries to meet Paris Agreement ambitions on global warming, shipping could find itself increasingly in range of national abatement policies, says Dr Raphael Slade of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
When the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) was set up in 1964, its goal was to assist the fair integration of developing countries into the global economy.
MEPC 78-7-15 – Comments on the report of the Correspondence Groupon Carbon Intensity Reduction (TOR 1 and 4.1) Additional draft amendments to the 2016 Guidelines for the development of a Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) (resolution MEPC.282(70))
Agenda: REDUCTION OF GHG EMISSIONS FROM SHIPS. Submitted by: ICS and INTERTANKO.