The international shipping industry is coming together with a flagship event, Shaping the Future of Shipping, in Glasgow on Saturday 6th November.
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ICS statement on progress at the Intersessional Working Group on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships
ICS statement on the outcomes of the Intersessional Working Group on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships October 2021
With pivotal climate discussions at COP26 less than a month away, industry experts from shipping and the energy sector came together at the latest ICS Leadership Insights series to discuss the commitments and challenges that will be needed to decarbonise shipping.
Over the past 100 years of shipping, vessels have been powered by sail, coal and oil and gas. Now, in response to the climate crisis, the industry has committed to decarbonise by using more efficient technologies, lower emission fuels and ultimately moving to new zero carbon fuel sources created from renewable energy. Increasing the speed and scale of the transition will be vital. Learn about what is already being done to bring into service zero- and lower-carbon ships and what is needed to increase the pace of this deployment.
Ahead of COP26, International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) commits global industry to net zero 2050 target, setting out a pathway to industry’s UN regulator
Global shipping bodies have revealed a host of high-profile names who will be attending a cross-industry decarbonisation conference at COP26.
International Chamber of Shipping sets out plans for global carbon levy to expedite industry decarbonisation
The International Chamber of Shipping has put forward a comprehensive proposal for a global levy on carbon emissions from ships, in what would be a first for any industrial sector.
Agenda: REDUCTION OF GHG EMISSIONS FROM SHIPS Submitted by: ICS
Mr Emanuele Grimaldi, Managing Director of the Grimaldi Group, long serving ICS Board member and immediate Vice Chairman, was named as ICS Chair - Designate following a decision by the ICS Board of Directors at a recent meeting, held 22-23 June.
The shipping industry is calling on governments to act in line with their climate commitments and not waste more time in moving forward with the USD 5 billion R&D fund programme that will be decisive in the decarbonisation of the industry