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IMO strikes tentative deal for 50% emissions cut by 2050

A proposal to reduce shipping emissions by at least 50% by 2050 is poised for official regulatory blessing as talks at the International Maritime Organization revealed a clear majority in favour of this strategy. But with a vocal body of dissenters still resisting, approval of the text is not yet guaranteed

An IMO working group has agreed on a five-year greenhouse gas strategy, laying the groundwork for official ratification on Friday

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