COP26: Denmark and the US call for zero shipping emissions by 2050
Countries sign declaration on zero-emission shipping and urge IMO to set ambitions targets, in a sign of a strengthening green camp heading into MEPC77. John Kerry said the fuel transition was 'absolutely achievable', adding: ‘I believe in the capacity of human ingenuity and innovation’
Denmark, the US, the Marshall Islands and Maersk called for zero emissions from shipping by 2050. US climate special envoy John Kerry mentioned nuclear power as an option and said the US had not yet “actively considered” support for a fuel tax
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