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IMO agrees emissions measures, but balks at 2023 target

The celebratory mood at the International Maritime Organization is over. After adopting a historic strategy in April to reduce the industry’s greenhouse gas emissions, negotiators have reconvened in London. In the first attempts to follow up on that decision, delegates agreed on three-pronged approach to developing short-term measures. But the challenge in keeping everyone satisfied is already apparent

IMO negotiators agree on how to develop short term GHG emissions measures but have refrained from explicitly committing to reduction before 2023

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