Ship operators are braced for further disruption to trading patterns as the European Union targets a sixth round of sanctions against Russia in response to its invasion of Ukraine.
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Governments and land-based industries must account for shipping in infrastructure and investment plans to support their own decarbonisation goals, says report
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.
Leadership Insights Live: The Role of Maritime Trade in the Post-COVID Recovery – Europe Focus round-up
Shipping has a vital role to play in post pandemic recovery for the EU but must not be ignored in reforms to the bloc’s trade policy, said speakers at the latest Leadership Insights Live
Leaders discuss the next important steps shipping must take to meet decarbonisation goals
A video of the highlights and vital conversations held at the Future of Shipping Conference on Saturday 6th November, during COP26
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.
Multi-tasking ICS Chairman, Esben Poulsson's passion for the sea has moulded his leadership style for 50 years
Speakers at the Leadership Insights Live event on 7 July 2021 came together to discuss how global trade is shaping up for 2021 in the face of the ongoing pandemic.