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SMM: Start-ups tackling shipping carbon problem ‘enjoying boom’

The IMO's hopes to slash emissions by at least 50% by 2050 are overly ambitious for some in the industry. But for those outside the sector, particularly entrepreneurs, it is a new problem that requires solutions. Cargill, DNV GL and startup accelerator Rainmaking are throwing the weight behind outsiders to do just that- and the results have thus far surprised them.

Cargill, DNV GL and Rainmaking positively surprised by the loud response from start-ups to help offer decarbonisation solutions for the industry

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