This comprehensive ship recycling guide is designed to equip shipowners and crew with the necessary knowledge to ensure a safe and sustainable recycling process when the ship reaches the end of its life, in compliance with the Hong Kong Convention which enters into force in 2025. It covers everything from the development and maintenance of the inventory of hazardous materials (IHM) while the ship is in service, through to preparing the ship for recycling and the sale of the ship.
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The International Court of Justice (ICJ) will publish advice on the climate obligations of states and the legal consequences for those failing to meet their responsibilities, following a request from the UN General Assembly.
The European Union will have an annual target for carbon capture and storage (CCS) under a new act proposed by the European Commission last month.
Nearly 200 nation states at the United Nations in New York have agreed final draft text for a treaty to protect high seas marine life.
Resilience is a core requirement of the supply chain, making unpredictable, large-scale natural disasters, such as the earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria in February, particularly problematic.
The increasing trend and scope of climate litigation could herald new legal risk for shipping companies and directors, legal experts have warned.
Agenda: FAIR TREATMENT OF SEAFARERS. Submitted by Georgia, Philippines, InterManager, ICS, IFSMA, ITF, P & I Clubs and WISTA
LEG 110-4(c)-2 – (c) Fair treatment of seafarers detained on suspicion of committing maritime crimes
Agenda: FAIR TREATMENT OF SEAFARERS. Submitted by International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and International Group of Protection and Indemnity Associations (P & I Clubs).
The purpose of this Flag State Performance Table is to encourage shipowners and operators to examine whether a flag State has sufficient substance before using it and to encourage shipowners and operators to put pressure on their flag Administrations to affect any improvements that might be necessary, especially in relation to safety of life at sea, the protection of the marine environment, and the provision of decent working and living conditions for seafarers.
LEG 110-10 – Proposed measures related to Guidance for the Proper Implementation and Application of IMO Liability and Compensation Conventions
Agenda: GUIDANCE FOR THE PROPER IMPLEMENTATION AND APPLICATION OF IMO LIABILITY AND COMPENSATION CONVENTIONS. Submitted by Canada, Greece, Italy, Malaysia, Republic of Korea, United Arab Emirates, International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), International Group of Protection and Indemnity Associations (P & I Clubs), and International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI)