Shipping facing crucial hurdle to meet 2050 carbon targets
The year 2050 may seem far away, but the foundations for long-term greenhouse gas emissions reductions in shipping will need to be laid over the next decade, according to a new report from Lloyd’s Register and UMAS. The two organisations see three key energy sources that can facilitate the availability of zero carbon fuels for shipping
A new report by Lloyd’s Register and the University Maritime Advisory Services considers the necessary energy uptake for industry to meet the IMO 2050 carbon targets
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