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Four questions for MEPC 73

It is environmental negotiation season for the maritime sector again and the International Maritime Organization is under pressure to wrap up debate on the 2020 sulphur cap and deliver on the sector‘s commitment to cut back on greenhouse gas emissions. But can the Marine Environment Protection Committee meeting next week fulfil either of these demands?

Next week’s environmental negotiations by the International Maritime Organization should make significant progress on the 2020 sulphur cap but not on greenhouse gas emissions 

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