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Latest From Michael Grey
Slowing down to save the environment is an easy fix that produces instant results, but it does not encourage the shipping fraternity to invest in innovation
Clever design went into making the vessel Aries Leade, a trailblazing pioneer in sustainable shipping, and we ought to think of this ship alongside a raft of industry initiatives that prove shipping is taking its climate change responsibilities seriously
If our dependence on sea trade is to continue, we need to think about how maritime supply lines need to be defended
It remains the legal responsibility of the master to keep a ship safe, but the tools which the master requires to undertake this job are in the hands of shoreside terminal staff
The US is being far too draconian in the way it imposes sanctions on Iran. Seafarers of any rank are unlikely to know or even be able to track down the precise details of for whom they are working. For the US to put marine workers’ names on a blacklist — even in the absence of fault or criminal intent — is misguided and unjust
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