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Be careful what you mean by zero emissions, MSC’s Darr warns

Absolute zero emissions leaves hydrogen and nuclear the only options and both have big drawbacks. Shipping should not rule out measures such as bio- and synthetic LNG or methanol

MSC’s policy chief says shipping should be careful about aiming for absolute zero emissions for risk of excluding transition or carbon-neutral fuels. But nor should it look to carbon offsets as a ‘primary mechanism’ for decarbonisation

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