How a fridge label can fix shipping’s climate problem
This year’s European Shipping Summit is overshadowed by the industry’s record-breaking climate pollution. But by using energy efficiency labels more commonly seen on our fridges and ovens, Europe could cut its shipping emissions by a third within this decade, and finally get on track with the Paris Agreement
The European Union ought to enforce stricter Carbon Intensity Indicator rules for ships as a way to deliver the necessary emissions reduction by 2030, argue two commentators on the decarbonisation of international shipping
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