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IMO agrees next step in greenhouse gas strategy

After April’s historic decision to at least halve shipping emissions by 2050, the IMO agreed on Monday the way in which it will develop emissions-cutting measures until 2023. Regulators will separate potential measures into three different groups and work on them concurrently

The IMO has approved a programme to develop GHG reduction measures until 2023 under a three-pronged approach

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