Green corridors risk becoming greenwash as progress stalls
Promises made at COP26 to get at least six green corridors established by 2025 are in danger of being broken as financing fails to materialise, feasibility studies falter and regulatory uncertainty pushes back projections
Governments and industry rallied behind the concept of ‘green corridors’ as a way of catalysing zero-carbon shipping on specific routes, but most remain paper exercises with even the most advanced plans are still considered high risk and riddled with caveats
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