Shipping skips over short-term struggles in favour of long-term aspirations
Shipping has successfully decoupled emissions from seaborne trade volumes through a combination of technology and slow steaming, but there are limited savings left to find without tackling the difficult issue of split incentives and the reality that inefficiency is currently rewarded
Nor-Shipping has exposed the gap between what the industry is saying and what it is doing about decarbonisation in the short term. Opting to focus on future fuels and regulatory ambition, much of the debate has shied away from tackling the overwhelming lack of credible short-term, science-based targets attributed to the efficiency plans being showcased
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