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Green groups will spar with industry trade groups over setting limits on Arctic black carbon and scrubber washwater discharges
‘The change in the technical managers is unfortunate, but we do not believe it will be costly,’ says Pangaea Logistics chief executive Mark Filanowski
Bigger storms and sea level rises are already affecting port activity, infrastructure and supply chains, but states and industry are failing to adapt to the changes, according to the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, which warned climate threats would be felt from food insecurity to piracy
The fresh tonnage for the Japanese line will transport condensate from plants inside the Arctic Circle on the Gydan Peninsula, mainly to Europe via the Northern Sea Route
Environmental groups want the International Maritime Organization to regulate underwater noise pollution, which harms marine life and has worsened in recent years, particularly in the Arctic
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